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Do you submit your website to all the Search Engines?

By Jeremy Gossman
Posted Monday, June 28, 2004

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

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.

So don't pay for directory submission many directories
will bring you no traffic at all.

Here is the #1 tip to getting into Google. Get people
to link to your site. In particular links form site
that are in Google already.

Important Note:
The more links that you have going out from your site
will effect your page rank with Google negatively. The
more links coming in will help your page rank. If you
have the highest page rank for a particular key word
you win.

You have to read the stunning details for yourself:

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