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Registering Your Web Site To Search Engines

     

Registering Web Sites
Once your web site is running, the next job for you is to attract the visitors to your websites. You can advertise your site using your personal contacts. But this way you won't be able to reach the whole world. 85% of Internet users find sites through search engines, so each search engine submission is your most cost effective form of marketing.  The easiest and free way to reach the world is to submit your sites to the search engines and directories. Once you register your site to the search engines, the search engine crawls will visit your site and will index your pages to the search engine index. Once your web site appears in the search, you will start getting hits to your site without and cost. 

Before submitting your web site to search please go through http://www.roseindia.net/webpromotion/webpromotion.shtml tutorial. This article describes the significance of key words, meta-tags, keyword density and web content in web promotion. It explains how search engines find and rank web pages, with an emphasis on what webmasters can do to improve their search engine placement.

How to submit the web site to Major Search Engines:

You can submit your sites to major search engines manually or use professional paid services for submitting your site to search engines.

  1. You can manually submit your sites to major search engines by visiting the major search engines (yahoo, google, msn, dmoz, dogpile, etc) and submit your site. 
     
  2. Free submission to search engines takes several months to appear in the search engines. If you can't wait, you can use the paid premium services to get listed in the search engines.
      
You should consider to submit your sites to Google, AltaVista, GigaBlast, Yahoo, Open Directory Project(Demoz) etc.

 

     

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Posted on: April 18, 2011

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