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    submit URL to multiple Search Engines at once

    Hey guys. Is there any way to submit the URL of a site to multiple search engines at once? Instead of having to submit with google, yahoo etc. separately.

    Thanks,
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    I don't know such way. I always do this manually step by step.

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    hi Captainkewl,

    You don't need to submit your page to search engines. What you need is to find links to your site.
    If other sites are linking to yours, search engine will soon discover your site and index it.
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    Good to know. Thanks for the responses guys!

    Kris.

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    There are some scripts that will submit to a bunch of search engines but I don't trust them. With something as important as a search engine submission I think you should manually do them.

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    SEO work is very hard and time consumer, but if the results are good, then you are more happy. Tagesgeldvergleich aktuell

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    as gbonnet mentioned, submitting to the search engines are not necessary. In all reality if your trying to get your page indexed, it will come a lot quicker if you can get a link on someones page that has a page rank of 3+.

    best of luck!

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    If for any reason you cannot get your site listed in a directory or a friend's site, create a single page that contains links to all of your other pages and sites (site map). Link to your site map from your main page. Submit your site map to Google, and submit your index page to DMOZ under an appropriate category.

    Once you're on DMOZ, nearly every crawler and web directory on the planet will find your site within a couple weeks. And once your sitemap is in Google, you'll be getting reindexed quite frequently by the only search engine that really counts anyway ...
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    The only trouble with DMOZ is that you can wait for months (if not years) before your site is listed ...
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    If it's a relevant site in an oft-used category it should get listed soon enough. And if soon enough isn't good enough for you, become an editor!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gbonnet View Post
    The only trouble with DMOZ is that you can wait for months (if not years) before your site is listed ...
    I have to agree. I submitted one of my sites twice over a 4 year period and still waiting. Pretty sure I got it in the right category, too. I decided to give up. I thought about being an editor, but just decided to be happy with google.

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    No it's not necessary, but it sure is recommended.
    I always submit to search engines for a speedier and proper indexing (sitemap works best with Google). This way the entire site is indexed and in the system within a week or two at most. DMOZ does take months, true.
    Another good way is to post to Google Base. I got my first website indexed in two days this way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6StringGeek View Post
    I have to agree. I submitted one of my sites twice over a 4 year period and still waiting. Pretty sure I got it in the right category, too. I decided to give up. I thought about being an editor, but just decided to be happy with google.
    Yeah, DMOZ is brutal. It takes waaaayy too long to show up. Come to think of it, over the last 5 years I can't think of a submission of mine that's actually been accepted or shown up.

    No need to submit to search engines. Just build some links and ping them.

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    Get your xml sitemaps submitted, web pages pinged, and carry out a link strategy. This will help you get indexed.

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    Thanks for your info

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