Advice, help, information, tips and guides on search engine submission services. Submitting your new website to the search engines can delay your website being indexed but there is a FREE simple way that can get your website indexed in days.
There are search engine submission services and website designers who charge website owners for search engine submission and they prey on the ignorance of unsuspecting website owners who do not understand the search engines.
Your new website could be indexed on all the major search engines within days, without a single search engine submission and without paying someone to do it. All you need to do is get it linked up with hundreds of websites for FREE.
Alternatively, you can pay someone to submit your website to the search engines and wait weeks maybe months for them to index your site, because search engine submission depends on the search engine ranking your site. This wastes your money and valuable trading time. Another alternative is for you to visit all the major search engines and submit your own site. This is time consuming and won't get your website indexed any quicker. Once you have entered your website on a search engine submission, all you can do is sit back and grow a little older.
Some search engine submission services claim that resubmitting your website every month will help with high rankings. This is absolute rubbish and could possibly get you blacklisted. At the very least it will hack off some directory editors.
Our FREE system works quickly and can help your website climb the search engine rankings.
In order to understand this, you need to know a little more about search engine optimisation. However, a brief explanation should be sufficient for you to grasp the concept.
Most of the search engine algorithms work on a wide criteria, but two of the main criteria are: - search engine traffic levels and link popularity which is something a new website doesn't have. By using a search engine submission service you are telling the search engines that you are a new website, and as a new website and not knowing what to do with you, your new website goes to the bottom of the pile. It is highly unlikely that your website will go live with the hundreds of inbound links necessary to help you gain higher rankings and you certainly won't be getting any traffic through the search engines to begin with, so your new website just sits at the bottom of the pile.
This is what some website designers call the Google Sandbox, you may have read about it, but there is no sandbox, it is simply because Google and the other search engines have algorithms that treat new websites like the new boy in school. Your website designer, if they really new what they were doing, should know this. However, most website designers know very little about the search engines or how the Internet actually works.
We overcame the problem of getting new websites indexed years ago and by Omni-Linking new sites, they go live on the Internet with hundreds of inbound links, giving them the link popularity and traffic they need to climb the search engine rankings quickly. It only needs the search engine robots to find one link to the new site on any of the hundreds of sites linking in and the search engine has normally, within days, indexed the new website. Search engines don't have the capacity to think, so they immediately treat the new site as any other web page they find on the Internet.
Although Omni-Link will assist with your link popularity and traffic levels, it is only one piece of the jigsaw puzzle and it will not be enough to help you gain high rankings in the search engines if your website has not been built for the search engines and correctly optimised.
If your website designer has submitted your website using the normal search engine submission procedures, the likelihood is, he or she doesn't know how the search engines really work. So you might have just paid someone to design a nice looking site that actually doesn't do the job you need it to do. In other words, your website, like the majority of websites on the Internet has not been built for the search engines and will simply drop to the bottom of the rankings, where it will remain.
Invariably, these problems can be sorted out by a search engine optimiser.
In any event, the best thing to do is to use our FREE search engine submission linking programme to get your website indexed quickly. Wait a maximum of ten days and if nothing happens within that time frame contact us.
Problems can be one or more of a number of issues. The type of server that is hosting your website or the way it is set up is often an issue. Your website might look good on the outside, but it may not have been built or optimised for the search engines might be another reason. Whatever the reason, we normally have the solution but don't go to your website designer to sort out the problems. You will get all sorts of excuses and if they knew the solutions, they would not have screwed up in the first place.