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Yahoo is<IMG height=12 src="/the2.jpg" alt="repparttar 128182"> most popular search engine and directory; you don't want screw up with them. If you don't know how you website is doing, offers free website status analysis at Before submitting your webiste to major search engines such as HotBot, AltaVista, Infoseek, WebCrawler, Excite, Snap and AOL Netfinder, you should double-check<IMG height=12 src="/the2.jpg" alt="repparttar 128183"> spelling of your Meta tags and site descriptions. Once you submit it wrong, it takes a lot time and efforts to have errors removed from search engines. I manually submit our clients' sites to major search engines. So do it right! AltaVista and Infoseek recently have toughened its rules on spamming. Remember, do not keep sending your site to them, keep your site keywords and descriptions strictly relate to your website content. 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