Frequently Asked Questions
1. Why not submit directly to the search engines?
Major search engines like Google, Bing, and Yahoo discover new sites by following links on established websites. If your link is found on highly reputable sites like Alexa and Who.is, it will be quickly crawled and indexed by the search engine robots.
You can submit your site directly to Google and other search engines, but it may take much longer for them to crawl and index your site. Our method of submitting to whois, domain, and DNS statistic web sites is a much quicker and more effective way for new sites to get indexed by the search engines.
2. How long does it take for the search engines to list my website?
Getting your site indexed on search engines may vary from one search engine to another. Sites are often indexed within 24 hours after being submitted to the whois, domain, and DNS statistic web sites.
3. Can your submission service help an existing website?
Yes. Although our service is ideal for getting new sites listed quickly on search engines, it also helps to build backlinks to existing websites. The one-way links to your site is visible to search engine robots and human visitors alike.
3. How often should I submit my site?
If your goal is simply to get your site indexed by the major search engines, it is not necessary to submit your site more than once. However, we recommend that you submit monthly for six to twelve months to achieve the highest search engine visibility and coverage. We constantly add new backlink sites and directories to our database, so multiple submissions ensure that your site is submitted to these new backlinks sites.
4. Will the search engines ban my site if I submit multiple times?s?
No, that is just a myth. If it were true, then your competitors could simply submit your site ten times a day to get you banned. If your site is already listed on a search engine, subsequent submissions would simply cause the search engine to revisit your site and check for updates.
5. Should I submit every page of my site to the search engines?
Generally, you need to submit only the main page of your site. The search engine robots will follow links from your home page and index all your sub-pages. We recommend that you submit your main page and a few most important sub-pages.
While getting your site listed with search engines is the most important step to establishing your internet presence, it is only the first step. Many factors, including content, inbound links, and on-page optimization, determine your rankings on various search engines.