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Submitting URLs to Search Engines
By: KC Morgan
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    Table of Contents:
  • Submitting URLs to Search Engines
  • How to Submit Your URL
  • Submitting a Sitemap
  • Using Search Engines to Check Your URL Submission

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    Submitting URLs to Search Engines - How to Submit Your URL

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    Google (pictured below), Yahoo, Ask and many, many other search engines offer a very simple online form which allows you to submit your URL for indexing with the site. Your first step in creating any new Web site or establishing a new domain is to submit the full and complete URL. This is the quickest and easiest way to get their attention, and get your site indexed for searching.


    Simply provide this and any comment (perhaps the title of the Web site), and you’re a part of the search engines, right? Well…not always, and this is where the rest of the work really comes in. Even completing this very simple procedure doesn’t guarantee that the search engines will find you, though often it does work.

    When Submitting Doesn’t Work

    Sometimes, even submitting a URL directly to the search engines doesn’t work. That is to say, it doesn’t automatically mean that your site will start appearing in search results. In some cases, with some sites, it takes more to get these big Web crawlers to start paying attention to certain pages. Do you know what to do when even optimization and URL submission don’t seem to cut it?


    The simple route may not work, but all is not lost. There is a way to gain recognition even when the standard procedure doesn’t pan out. Find out what does work when trying to get the attention of Google or any other major Web site.

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