Submitting URLs to Search Engines - Using Search Engines to Check Your URL Submission
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So what if youíve followed all these steps, and you still canít find your site when you type in search engine queries? This could be a big problem! Itís true that you might still have a problem, but make sure of it before you start taking drastic measures. Want to know for sure whether or not youíre capable of being included in search engine results? Simply type your domain name into Google and see what happens.
If youíve followed the steps above, itís likely that youíll find your site. But donít think youíre completely off the hook just yet. If you canít find your site with keywords, but you can find it with your domain name, then youíve got some content issues youíve just got to address.
Boosting Your Page Ranking
If your site is indexed with search engines and youíre still having trouble finding it, take a closer look at your keyword density. Find a good online calculator, input the URL of your site and carefully view the results. The calculator should give you in-depth results that show you how often main keywords appear on your pages. Now, start tweaking those pages, adding or subtracting content and keywords as necessary, to achieve the best results.
How do you get the best results? As always, simply take a good look at the competition. Type in your main keyword phrases and find out which pages are appearing near the top of search engine results. Analyze these pages, and youíll get a good idea of what sort of density you need to achieve with your own site.
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