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Dominating Submissions

By Cathie Walker If you have a web site, at one time or another you're going to have to submit it to other sites requesting a link. If you haven't figured this out by now, you have more to learn than I can teach you in a single article. A good place to start is by using a submission service to register your site in the search engines. When I first went online with the Centre for the Easily Amused in 1995, there were 4 search engines; at last count I believe there are 40,000. A few submission services that I recommend for are listed in my links list. Now search engines are a good start, but don't expect to get all your traffic from them. Of the 45,000 hits a day that my site gets, I'm lucky if 200 of them come from search engines. So you have to Think Different, and come up with other ideas to get links out there. Sending out blind submissions by e-mail is a start, but be very careful when doing this. I get an average of 100 submissions a day, and many of them don't even make it to my "check out" folder. So what makes my folder?


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