Do you submit your website to all the Search Engines?

Written by Jeremy Gossman

Should you submit your website to allrepparttar Search Engines?

by Jeremy Gossman

There is really only one search engine to worry about submitting too and that is Google and you should only submit one page your main once and maybe a sitemap a week later but never more than once a week. If you have a link coming to your new site from a site that is currently listed in Google then Google will find you quicker.

Most importantly search engines that have any bearing will find you if Google has you listed. Not that there are not any other worth while search engines. There are just many that look to Google. If you have a non comercial website you will want to look into DMOZ for a seperate submission.

Search Engines 101 - Search Engines Explained

Written by Kristy Meghreblian

Search Engines 101 - Search Engines Explained

What Are Search Engines?

A search engine is a database system designed to index and categorize internet addresses, otherwise known as URLs (for example,

There are four basic types of search engines:

Automatic: These search engines are based on information that is collected, sorted and analyzed by software programs, commonly referred to as "robots", "spiders", or "crawlers". These spiders crawl through web pages collecting information which is then analyzed and categorized into an "index". When you conduct a search using one of these search engines, you are really searchingrepparttar index. The results ofrepparttar 127975 search will depend onrepparttar 127976 contents of that index and its relevancy to your query.

Directories: A directory is a searchable subject guide of Web sites that have been reviewed and compiled by human editors. These editors decide which sites to list, and, in which categories.

Meta: Meta search engines use automated technology to gather information from a spider and then deliver a summary of that information asrepparttar 127977 results of a search torepparttar 127978 end user.

Pay-per-click (PPC): A search engine that determines ranking according torepparttar 127979 dollar amount you pay for each click from that search engine to your site. Examples of PPC search engines are and The highest ranking goes torepparttar 127980 highest bidder.

There are a few downfalls you should know about using PPCs:

1. The use of PPC search engines as part of your search engine optimization process will not improve your search engine positioning inrepparttar 127981 regular editorial search results. Instead, they will most always appear in a "Sponsored" or "Featured" area located atrepparttar 127982 top or side ofrepparttar 127983 regular search page results. Even though your paid listing will appear atrepparttar 127984 top ofrepparttar 127985 search page, many users will not click on paid listings because they look at it as an advertisement. Inrepparttar 127986 past, people used to always click on banner ads, but now they are seen more of as a nuisance. Similarly,repparttar 127987 same thing is happening with PPC listings. Also, PPC listings are not always as relevant to a query asrepparttar 127988 editorial search results.

2. If your site is not effectively search engine optimized before you begin to submit it to a PPC, it will still be poorly advertised afterwards. The optimization of your Web site is critical torepparttar 127989 success of your rankings.

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