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Once submitted, it is not possible to remove your site from a search engine's results unless the site itself is no longer active. If you want to discontinue your multiple month service, you will need to contact DomainIT's support department.
If you would like to change your site's description, keywords, or any other information, please contact DomainIT's support department prior to you next submittal.
Some search engines are strictly human edited directories. This means that you have to manually enter your site information and choose an appropriate category for your site to submit it. This information is then reviewed by a human being who decides wheth...
The time taken for your site to appear varies greatly as each search engine has a different time after which it adds new submissions. Your site could be added instantly or take several months depending on the engine. The submit pages on most sites will gi...
It depends on the nature of the site. For example, if your site promotes vacations, you may have several different types of vacations featured on their own separate pages. In this case, you would most likely want to submit the specific page for each of th...
Once you have configured your Search Engine Submission service, you will be able to log into your Account Manager and view the date of the last submission, the date of the next submission, and the amount of submissions you have remaining.
Google is arguably the biggest and most popular search engine, and in fact, Yahoo! themselves use the Google engine to deliver results outside of their own directory system. With DomainIT's site submit, you are automatically submitted to Google. However...
Search engines and directories use keywords to help determine which sites to list in their search results. You should provide several keywords that describe your site content. Ask yourself, 'What would a person looking for my site enter into a search engi...
Most pay-per-click search engines allow you to place a listing at a 'per click' fee. Generally $25 is required to setup an account. Here are some of the major pay-per-click search engines: Overture - The biggest and most popular PPC engine, displayin...
Search Engines use sophisticated software to 'crawl' the internet. They are sometimes referred to as 'robots' or 'spiders' because they move from one site to the next via links, indexing all of the pages it comes across. These 'spiders' and 'robots' ...
Ideally your main page should be submitted. It is important to note that your main page needs to contain relevant content information (not just splashy images) if you want to get listed. In addition to your main page, you should consider submitting any pa...
Your site is submitted to over 1000 search engines and directories. Some of the engines included are: Google, AltaVista, HotBot, FAST Search, Excite, Lycos, MSN and many more!
Often times search engines do not list a site on first submission simply due to the volume of submissions they receive. Additional submittals may be required. Another one of the most common reasons for not being listed is that sites do not have proper tit...
If traffic is important to the success of your site, then it is important to get listed on as many high traffic sites as possible. Some services say you should only submit to the top 10 or 12 search engines and directories. While those top 10 or 12 do ...
All submissions are completed using a separate, FREE email address to prevent you from receiving spam.