Submit A Site To Search Engines

How To Submit A Site To Search Engines?

In This Report  we will look at the best sites to submit your web site to .

The most popular search engines in the world are Google, with around 90% of the market share, Bing, You Tube and Yahoo are also well recognised.  All search engines serve nationwide results, based on the reputation of a website and local results, based on the proximity of the user to the business.

Google is the principal driver of traffic in the world.

There is only a handful of sites in the world and most partner with the top global search engines Google and Bing.

Getting your site into search engines is one thing; ranking high in Google, for instance, is another story altogether. We will look at this in another report.





How do you no if your site is ranking on google?

Just type your website address into the Google search box. If Google knows about your site, it will tell you. If your site doesn’t feature as the number 1 result, you may need to submit your site to Google. Another way to check if a page is in either of the search engines is to lift a piece of unique text from the page, put it into the search box “in quotes”.

Your page should come up if Google is indexing your site.

How Do You Submit A Site To Search Engines?

You do not need a SEO (search engine optimizer) to present your site to Google, Yahoo or Bing. You don’t pay to get into any of the big search engines natural (free or organic) listings (and note, Bing powers Yahoo results).

Google has ways of submitting your web pages directly to their index. Most search engines do.

Below is an example off how to submit a site to google this will get you started. Please watch out for further reports on web submitting with the other big sites. that are I have coming soon.




Do I Need To Pay to Get Into Google, Bing or Yahoo?


You do not have to pay a dime to get your site into any of the major search engines.

You can submit your URL to all the main global search engines entirely for free!


How Do I Improve My Ranking Position in Google?

There are a few ways I can think of getting into Google, and improving your rankings. The best way to improve your rankings is to get a link from a reputable website to your website.

The best way to improve your rankings is to get a link from a reputable website to your website. Yes, that’s all you need to do. Google likes finding new sites “itself”, and it does this by spidering links from website to website, and eventually ranks pages on the quality and number of those links.

If you want to improve your rankings, try and get a link from an “authority” site in your industry, or exchange a few links with other businesses or suppliers in your line of work, perhaps not direct competitors. One link from a very well trusted site in your niche can improve how much trust Google has in your website, but they want you to create something special about your site, rather than build links in a mechanical fashion. Editorial links from media sites also still carry a lot of weight in 2016.



Should I Submit My Site To Directories?

You could, of course, think about submitting your site to directories.

There are one or two good quality directories out there. A link in one  of these directories will probably get your site into search engines.

Unfortunately, there is a lot of low-quality links you will probably stumble upon first. That kind of backlink can quickly turn bad – and too many of them can cause you problems .

I would avoid all low cost, cheap SEO submission services, especially those based around submitting your site to directories.



Search engine submission has many documented ways of getting a page into Google, Yahoo and Bing, for instance. You do not need any company to do this for you – for instance, there’s pretty decent documented evidence (and observations made) that Google Plus can be helpful getting your site into Google.

You can submit your site to search engines yourself, for free, anytime you want. Your site should be plugged into relevant search engine offerings (like Google Webmaster Tools and Bing Webmaster Tools, Google Places and Google Plus, for a start).

I don’t ever recall a decent site not being indexed pretty quickly by all the main search engines, and that’s without bothering even with the above services from the engines.

Invest your money instead in building the online reputation of your website and making your pages better, and more relevant, and seek to keep people on your site, give people good information and they will follow you and look forward to receiving fresh content. when you get them. Don’t submit your website to sites where you do not know where the link will appear or you are probably in unnatural links territory.

Olle Tod