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I'm honored by your presence! Welcome to Unwound Clock, a status directory managed by Malisha. It is my goal to present to you the most accurate statuses of as many request sites as possible to make your search for open services as leisurely as possible. Please do not hesitate to contact me if any troubles arise during your visit!

I would also like to say: checks may not be frequent. The community is very small now and real life loves to hinder me. I apologize for any inconveniences and I thank you for checking out the page regardless!

Founding date: March 27, 2013.

September 27, 2017 // Hahaha...oops.
Sorry for disappearing like that. I obviously can't handle three classes and I won't be taking three again for another two years. Anyway, I'm going to make some new graphics so look forward to those...I guess?

Last Check: October 20, 2017 @ 11:00 am NST

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Closed Requests

Beyond the Batter | Kimochi

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Exquisite | Jewel | Kimochi | Landscape | Oyster

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Arials | Efflorescence

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Aurum | Daebak | Jewel | Mahou

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Pandora Graphics | Peta

The Blank Space: Site Keys - Power in Bullets

Imagine this: your site is about to open. You have at least a dozen graphics available already, your schedule is clear so you can take requests, and your site is near perfection. Although the quality of your wok is debatable, you're starting out, so it's all right. You send in listing inquiries to directories and they list you as a regular site.

Now, a year later, your site is huge. Endless requests, high-quality graphics, dozens of fans. Newer directories will list you as recommended, but those directories who listed you as regular? I hate to say it, but you're going to stay as a regular site there.

All directories have a site key. This is simply a map to tell you which bullet means what. These three are prominent: regular, recommended, and inactive. Some are called others, but you will see these three everywhere. Once you're listed and given a bullet, you'll always carry that title with you.

A lame example of this is us, UC. We're a regular site at Plethora and The Shelf, yet we're recommended at The Dragon's Lair and The Garden.

Need another? Here's a more outrageous example, our queen of graphics site Jewel. I remember when Jewel first started out so it was logical for it to be deemed regular at The Shelf and Beyond (I'm sorry these directories are really old). Look at Jewel now. Jewlz has come a long way and she deserves to be recommended everywhere.

When you're given a title of either regular or recommended, let it serve as motivation. Don't let it get to you either! A regular site means you could be lacking in one (or multiple) areas. A recommended site does not mean you are perfect either - there is always room for improvement. If your site is deemed regular, don't harass the directory owner about it. Ask them politely - what makes my site regular? If their insight isn't enough, ask fellow site owners for advice. Take the time to let your content improve, to allow your site to reach places. Once you have gathered enough experience, ask the directory owner to take another look and see if it's enough to bump you to a recommended status.

Whether your site is recommended or not might be the least of your worries, but to others, it can be a big deal. Let's be honest - it feels good if you've been recommended or ranked somewhere. To always be in the land of mediocrity can be discouraging and demotivating. However, directory owners aren't reviewers. So, how can this be remedied?

As mentioned before, you can send NMs to the owners asking about your listing. That's fine. Another remedy is not using keys at all, as seen with Directly. All sites use the same bullet and inactive sites are noted via text. A unique concept I've seen but don't think was actually used is from Diamond Directory. If you scroll down from the get listed box, you'll see a form for you to change your listing status. This is also a more formal way for you to advocate that your site is better than before.

Site keys help tell us the status of a site but it also brings forth a debate on regular and recommended sites. These keys are necessary and whether they mean something to you or not, I challenge you to think about your own listings. Does it bother you if you're a regular site? Do you take pride in being recommended? I also challenge directory owners to consider their own criteria for what makes a site recommended and perhaps displaying it so others will know what to aim for. Remember - even if you have been labeled as such, don't let it stop you from being the next big legend.

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