Site Submission

by Rayz
Published on: January 29, 2009
Categories: Off Page Optimization
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After getting all your web pages set ready for its customers, how can you drive in traffic to your website?

Since search engines are widely being used to search for information and services, and have been known to bring over 75 % of traffic to mostly every popular websites, the importance of getting the attention of search engines have tremendously increased.

Every search engine has its own strategy of automatically crawling and indexing websites, they do periodic updates to the information that they store for each and every website that has been spidered, however as the degree of updates on your website increases and more and more web pages gets added to the system, you will need to request web crawlers to analyze and redo your ranking. Every search engine provides us with an interface to submit the links to our websites to their search spider queue, so they know we are awaiting the crawler to visit and rank our web pages again.

Depending on your website’s size and popularity, web crawlers would schedule their next visit. The more popular, updated and optimized your website is the more frequent web crawlers would crawl them.

Every Search Engine would also insist on the frequency/interval of manual submissions to their URL submission service. This is done to ensure that a webmaster will not return back with the same website re-spider request too often.

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