For sites related to activities, organizations, and people in Ceres, New York.

For sites specifically geared towards this community. Submitting a site based in another locality may prevent listing in the directory. Thank you for your cooperation.

Please submit sites ONLY about Ceres, New York, personal home pages of residents, organizations, or for businesses located there to this category or the appropriate sub-category. Sites that cover broader areas should be submitted to the regional, county, or state categories.

Anyone submitting a site to this category must follow the following requirement and procedures. Every site listed is visited by the category editor for verification of adherence to the guidelines.

Submission Guidelines:

1. The url should be to the main page. If your business/service/information covers more than Ceres, New York, please do not list it here, move it to a more general geographic category which covers the area. Entries that are from the same domain, yet listed multiple times using different urls will be deleted.

2. The title is to be the name of your business or site, NOT the name of the product or services, unless they are the same. The title may not be in all capital letters and cannot contain the character "&". The word "and" must be used.

3. The description should be general, about the site content only. It should not contain phrases that are considered promotional or hype such as: the best, the ultimate, does everything, great, etc. The description also should not repeat the company name, site name, or product name.

For sites concerned with people, society, history, and resources and institutions that serve the people in Ceres, New York.
Organizations are generally listed at the level corresponding to the area from which they draw their members, which can be locality, county, region, metro area, state or country. This category concerns resources and institutions that serve the people. Subjects include religion, politics, history, clubs and lodges, reunions, women, men, seniors, youth, activism, alternative sexuality, genealogy, animal welfare, disability resources, folklore, human rights, labor, and personal home pages.

Tips for Faster Acceptance:

  1. Location must be shown, preferably by address or local phone number. Membership area should be indicated by text or map.
  2. For title, submit name of the group sponsoring the site, the subject as it appears as a banner on the main page, or both, separated by a dash.
  3. Make description factual, avoiding promotional language and Unnecessary Capitalization.
  4. Compare existing listings for best results.