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Website Positioning and Search Engine Ranking. Tutorial 1: Website Submission
By: Victoria Powell
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    Your manual website submission description needs to be in full and flowing sentences rather than a list of terms. DMOZ is harsh and long in its website inclusion process after manual website submission. They offer no feedback and you can expect to wait from months to years to see your website listed in their directory. Also, if your domain has been owned previously and has been black listed by DMOZ prior to you owning your website domain, do not expect to see your website in there after you have manually submitted your website to them.

    It is not a good idea to spam search engines with multiple manual website submissions. If you have searched for your website domain name after website submission and have not seen your website listed with a detailed description of your website after a period of three months, you may submit your website again to DMOZ, Google, Yahoo and MSN. If you see that your website has not been included into top search engines or directories such as Google, Yahoo, DMOZ and MSN after three attempted website submissions (3 attempts in 9 months), you might want to email the search engine representative or editor directly and ask if your website is in the robot crawl bank and why it has not been included into their search engine.

    Remember, always submit your homepage to the search engines first. Also make sure you have links to your internal web pages on your home page. Robots will then crawl and list your whole site in search categories relevant to each page. Once your homepage has been listed, then attempt to manually submit your inside pages.

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