Search Engine Submission Companies

Using one of the many search engine submission companies available either for a fee or as a free service is for those of the impatient mindset. The term search engine submission means getting the search engines that use crawling or spidering to recognize new websites or changes in an old site to recognize the site much faster than the crawling method would do. It is a fact that every major website on the planet will eventually pick a new website up and place it in their own index, but the process may take several months before it occurs. since impatience or a business start-up or an emergency may be one of the underlying reasons for using one of the free website submission companies or a company that charges a fee for services rendered.

In reality, search engine submission companies may have seen their better days behind them. In the past, webmasters have submitted either an entire website to an investigative engine using a sitemap to help the engine navigate through the entire web site or recently, just the first page was submitted and the free website submission service or the fee based services allowed the search engine to crawl or spider through the rest of the website on its own. Since most companies want to be ranked on the first page of any search( to be in the top ten), webmasters use what is known as search engine optimization (SEO) to ensure high ranking in any search. Things such as keywordsand the structure of the web pages all go into the process of gaining a high ranking on any topic hunt. Some experts have even suggested that using a submission service could violate the terms of service for some investigative engines, which could actually trigger a lawsuit! So before making the plunge and indulging some overheated impatience, be sure to read the fine print.

If and once a free website submission company has been chosen, sucess will depend from company to company as to how many engine submissions will be gained from the free service. Remember that the whole reason for offering free stuff is to get the user to buy the real good stuff. Reality says that the free service may only get into fifteen or twenty of the major investigative engines, but there are thousands on the Internet. The price for getting submission on hundreds of engines may be as little as a onetime fee of fifty dollars or so. Some search engine submission companies may also include helps on how to make a website more attractive to the engines in order to gain a higher ranking.

Some of the fee based search engine submission companies offer a monthly submission for a yearly subscription price. Other services offer a monthly check on how the hits are happening and from what sector. Some offer opportunities to buy keyword investigative programs to help upgrade the website to a more engine friendly site. If just left to the web crawling of the major engines, some estimate that finally being recognized could take a couple of months. Sounds a bit like the length of time some have waited to be picked for a dodge ball game at school. But many companies offer a twenty four hour or two business days wait at most for arrival at the big show.

For those suffering from a terminal case of overheated impatience, there is the pay-per-click option for search engine optimization. A site owner or webmaster can bid on how much he/she would be willing to pay for hits on keywords within their particular site. Then, only if the searcher actually goes to a site does the owner or sponsor of the website have to pay. Be careful! One Ohio church decided to do a pay per click and ended up owing ten thousand dollars for one month of hits! "Unless the Lord build the house, they labour in vain that build it: except the Lord keep the city, the watchman waketh but in vain." (Psalm 127:1)

Why would a company use a free website submission company or a fee based service? Suppose for example that a key person of an organization or a company dies and suddenly the need for holding the hands of stock holder or donators is of absolute necessity? A change in the website could provide either instant relief or panic if the changes in the information of the site disable the moneyed from gaining access. Search engine submission companies could immediately resubmit the website to the massive search engines and within a few hours the remodeled site is back in business. Another example might be the two business partners that suddenly have a falling out and one runs to the next corner to begin a new startup. The only way to get a new website up and going within a few days is to employ one of the submission companies that can run alongside the old partner's web business ranking on each investigative engine.

It's kind of a graphic picture that computer people use to describe the how a search engine crawls all over a submitted website and spiders out in all directions, getting to know it and the contents of the site's pages. God has already done that to each of the world's inhabitants. His search has brought a verdict of guilty to each of us, and we are all bound for eternal separation from Him, unless God does something about our condition. Actually, He has already done the only He could for our condition, and that is to pay for our sin by His death on a cross. If a person humbly takes that death as a personal payment for all sin, God can crawl all over him/her with all intent of finding just a single imperfection, and only find perfection. What a glorious way to die!

Search Engine Submission Programs

Certain search engine submission programs allow Internet advertisers to post URLs on thousands of major engines simultaneously at the touch of a button. Instead of spending tedious hours submitting sites to major web portals manually for human review, smart advertisers rely on search engine optimization (SEO) software. In the Worldwide web, there are literally hundreds of thousands of sites with similar content selling similar goods and services. Many website owners make the mistake of spending too much time window dressing sites with flash animation and streaming video content with little regard to making sure that sites get posted to popular web portals. Having an Internet presence is futile unless consumers can locate specific advertisers in a virtual cosmos of websites. But the sites that get the most traffic are those which utilize search engine submission tools to drive target audiences to their front door. And a pretty front page is not enough to secure top notch rankings and increased traffic.

After hiring website designers, photographers, writers and editors to design an awe-inspiring site with glitzy graphics and flash animation, Internet advertisers may still miss opportunities to reach targeted audiences. Search engine submission tools increase a web site's relevancy, rankings and potential revenue. Smart ecommerce entrepreneurs utilize tracking, assessment, and search engine submission programs to tap into major databases, boost rankings, and go to the top of results page listings. Major portals index advertiser sites depending on several factors: keyword-rich web content relevant to user queries; description meta tags, which help search engines find and categorize relevant content and links; character encoding, which tells browsers which html language characters to use; and language tags, which indicate the vernacular in which documents are written. Title tags are also an important factor and perhaps, the first consideration given as engines narrow sites matching user queries.

When users type words and phrases into online queries, web portals match indexed content to queries and issue listings of possible sites on results pages. The closest matches appear near the top of the results page as sponsored links, paid two- or three-line advertisements directing users to ecommerce entrepreneurs' home pages. Meta tags, or codes, embedded within title pages and formatted in hypertext markup language, or html, help guide spiders to selected pages which closely match user queries. Selected sites are temporarily stored on web portal servers and accessed by users. But, the only way Internet advertisers can be selected by major portals is to submit sites either manually or via search engine submission programs. Some portals require manual submissions; and webmasters must painstakingly enter Uniform Resource Locator, or URL, information into databases for inclusion in results. Web-based search engine submission tools should be a part of any Internet advertisers marketing campaign if they want to steer targeted traffic to selected sites. Programs enable marketers to not only make submissions to thousands of the largest web portals across the globe, but to monitor rankings and placement of listings; compare competitor rankings; and modify sites to include the best keywords and phrases.

For the privilege of gaining entrance into portal databases, site owners have an ethical obligation to comply with SEO submission requirements and make online querying a simple, honest and straightforward process. Relevant keywords in meta tags are a must; as are accurate, complete, and consistent data; and related content throughout the site. In other words, users should be able to click on a sponsored link or relevant website and find pages which closely match queries. Search engine submission programs can help eliminate unscrupulous webmasters and programmers who blatantly abuse the system to drive traffic to bogus or un-requested sites. Even in Biblical times, deceivers tried to infiltrate the New Testament Church. "For such are false apostles, deceitful workers, transforming themselves into the apostles of Christ. And no marvel; for Satan himself is transformed into an angel of light. Therefore it is not great thing if his ministers also be transformed as the ministers of righteousness; whose end shall be according to their works." (2 Corinthians 11:13-15)

In the Wild West, the good guys always wore white hats and the bad guys were dressed in black. And in SEO protocol, Internet advertisers who comply with regulations employ search engine submission tools to help qualify for the best rankings and query matches. White hat SEO creates legitimate, user-friendly content using keywords and meta tags which closely match queries; while black hat SEO, also called spam indexing, has earned Internet surfing a bad reputation. Black hat spammers embed popular keywords into pornographic and adult entertainment sites in order to trick engines into listing sponsored links on results pages. Almost anyone who has ever conducted an online query using common keywords has had the daunting experience of clicking on an innocent looking link, only to discover that it leads to a pornographic or objectionable site or that it is an undesirable marketing ploy to divert users to un-requested pages. But just like the town sheriff who hunts down the bad guys, major engines will soon find black hat perpetrators and shoot them down onsite, reducing or eliminating rankings and deleting listings from server databases.

But search engine optimization programs are geared toward formatting pages and websites to comply with SEO regulations. Spiders, robots, and end users can readily index and locate legitimate websites which closely match user queries without fear of spam or being held hostage in cyberspace by unscrupulous advertisers and porn mongers. In addition to eliminating black hat practices, search engine submission tools help programmers and site designers provide html and meta tag coding, description and keyword attributes, language tags, graphic presentation, and formatting which enables search engine spiders to instantly index and rank sites. By utilizing high tech submission tools and programs, good guys who wear white hats will surely finish first in rankings and revenue.

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