I just submitted my friends site to many engines... I put down my email address which I don't often use to avoid him getting flodded with acceptance emails...
This email domain is obviously different to the sites domain. Does this matter ?
I hope not... I ahve recieved no emails so far...
You never know...it certainly *shouldn't*, but some reviewers might get picky.
A friend of mine awhile ago told me his submission to Yahoo! were ignored a couple times, but that the exact same site was accepted after he listed his @yahoo.com email as his email address...any merit to this? I'm not sure! http://www.SitePoint.com/forums/biggrin.gif
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I don't think it would matter!
Since a person can have hundreds of domains (not me! I'm only have around 15), and several websites.
But I think you'll get spams when you submitted to FFAs and link lists. With normal SE, they normally won't do that!
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My friend told me he uses email@example.com when he doesn't want unwanted e-mail. Found that funny. http://www.SitePoint.com/forums/smile.gif
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