Submitting your blog to search engines

All search engines require that a form be completed by site owners to inform the engine that you want to participate in the game,so that search engine robots or spiders will crawl your blog.Each search engine has its own form.

Here am sharing some of the main engine URL’s:

  1. Google: www.google.com/addurl.html
  2. All the web: www.alltheweb.com/help/webmaster/submit_site
  3. Alta Vista: www.addurl.altavista.com/addurl/new
  4. Ask Jeeves: www.ask.ineedhits.com/sitessubmit.asp
  5. Excite: https://secure.ah-ha.com/guaranteed_inclusion/teaser.aspx
  6. Lycos: www.insite.lycos.com

Going to each of these pages ensures that a comprehensive registration form for each site is completed.This can be labor intensive.To make it easier,online services such as www.submitit.com will submit a site to over 400 search engines.

6 Responses to “Submitting your blog to search engines”

  • is this still necessary these days? don’t search engines crawl everything anyway? is there a benefit to registering? I have never registered my sites. And a site i created last year is still the number one result for “baghdad documentary”.

  • Lax says:

    @Mike,

    Submitting is just to get early results and better results.

    As you said it take on its own,but that many take any amount of time.So as a Webmaster its better to Do our job right?

    This will take just a min :)

  • Een Rockstar says:

    Thanks for the list..I submitted my blog already..It increase list of SE that I used to submit my blog

  • akira07 says:

    I’m of course Do submitting, but i wonder there is one blog is not indexed yet even after i’m already submit.

  • Joel says:

    I can tell you honestly that at this stage in the game there’s no need to submit to search engines. You might want to add their various Webmaster Tools (like Google Webmaster Tools or Bing Webmaster Tools – Yahoo Site Explorer will soon go the way of the buffalo), but there’s no need to “Submit”.

    From experience, submitting to engines has virtually no effect on the speed or Quality of the rankings you’ll get for any of the major search engines.

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