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Search Engine Submission


HA HA! We tricked you! We don't offer search engine submission services. Why? Because they are unnecessary. If fact, they've been unnecessary for many years now. We're sorry for the trick, but we had to bring you here for your own good.

For years now, so-called search engine experts have been offering to submit your website to hundreds of search engines for a fee, claiming that doing so would put your website on the path to success. These days, many offer to submit your site for FREE if you subscribe to their services. Even in this case, they are simply making you think they are giving you something of value, when in reality they are not.

All major search engines, including Google, Yahoo and MSN, use bots, spiders and all kinds of neat little crawling programs to investigate the World Wide Web. These spiders are amazingly fast and accurate, and will pick up everything posted on the Internet with a little time to work and do their thing. So in reality, the only thing you need to do is have a website, and you will eventually automatically be submitted to the major search engines.

So if there's one lesson you learn from visiting this website, it should be that you shouldn't be fooled by companies offering to submit your website to the search engines, because it is no longer necessary.

Nonetheless, please take a look at our search engine submission free guidelines below. Please feel free to follow these steps to make sure your website is quickly and successfully submitted to all search engines.

  1. Submit to DMOZ open directory project. DMOZ is in partnership with AOL search, and is heavily respected by the major search engines, which we believe crawl and index their listings regularly. So submitting your site to DMOZ is a great way to get the ball rolling. If your site is accepted, it will certainly be picked up as an authoritative site by most major search engines.

  2. Build links to your site. The search engine spiders follow links in each and every direction. If you have links pointing to your website from any recognized or indexed page, the spiders will follow those links and index the pages they lead to. However, make sure to follow our guidelines for proper link building campaigns.

  3. Make sure you have a sitemap. And more importantly, make sure that sitemap is easily accessible from your website's homepage in the form of a direct link. The search engine spiders will seek out this sitemap and index all pages that are listed on it. Please follow our guidelines for proper sitemap creation and maintenance.

  4. Do it yourself! This is the easy part, so don't be tricked into thinking that some company that does it for you, for a fee or for free, is trustworthier than the next. In reality, the search engine spiders do it themselves, so most companies that offer this service will just let sit back and wait for the site to be recognized anyway.

 

 

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