"Beware of SEOs that claim to guarantee
rankings, allege a "special relationship" with Google, or
advertise a "priority submit" to Google. There is no priority
submit for Google. In fact, the only way to submit a site to Google
directly is through our (Google's) Add
URL page or through the Google
Sitemaps (Beta) program, and you can do this yourself at no cost
whatsoever" - Google *
"Don't use unauthorized computer programs to submit pages,
check rankings, etc. Such programs consume computing resources and
violate our Terms
of Service. Google does not recommend the use of products such as
WebPosition Gold that send automatic or programmatic queries to
Google. " - Google **
You can manually submit your website to several search engines
to ensure that
your website has been properly registered with them.
While the automatic submission is a sure and fast way to reach out to
hundreds of search engines, the manual submission is a slow and steady
process. But one thing that you can be sure about this is that you are
in control of it and with and time effort over a period of time you can
achieve astounding results. You can do this by going to the submission
page of each search engine and submitting your site url. You may not be
able to do all this in one day. But each day you can plan to submit to a
few search engines and thus within a few weeks you would have reached
out to all the major search engines. Best of all, you don't have to pay
to the SECs (the Search Engine Optimizers). Following are some of the
benefits of submitting your website manually to search engines:
1. If you have a limited budget this is the best
option. You can save money.
2. With few tricks of search engine optimization
techniques you can accomplish what the SEOs (Search Engine Optimizers)
can do for you. To know how you can optimize your website for search
engine submission click here.
3. There is no guarantee that submissions through
SEO's would improve your website ranking. Much depends upon what they
ask you to do and what you do with their suggestions.
4. Manual submissions help you gain insight into the
process of registration. You will learn valuable lessons about
meta tags, key words, body tags, browser compatibility, html errors,
broken links , title description, and other features that will
eventually make your website search engine friendly and improve its
5. You can be sure of your submissions.
6. You are in control of the whole process and do it
at your convenience according to a plan.
Suggestions for submission
The following suggestions may help you during the
1. Some of the search engines may be commercial and
require you to pay in order to get listed. You can ignore them if you
as you may be required to part with some personal information about you
and your site before the submission.
3. Create an exclusive separate email for search engine
submissions to avoid getting spammed.
4. Submit only
to the top of the search engines if you do not want to submit to all.
5. Submission is easy. Click on each link and follow
the guidelines provided by each service. Each link opens in its own
window. So yo can maintain continuity while submitting the site.
6. Start your submission with Google,
the leader in Search engines
Lists of Major Search Engines
General search engines
Meta search engines
Regional Search Engines
Pay-per-click search engines
Email-based search engines
Clustering search engines
Distributed search engines
Answer-based search engines
Google-based search engines
Yahoo!-based search engines
Job search engines
search engine, category:Job
Shopping search engines
Blog search engines
News search engines
Multimedia search engines
BitTorrent search engines
Medical search engines
Business Search Engines
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