Pay Close Attention! Never Submit Your Site to 1000+ Search Engines!

June 6, 2009 by  Filed under: SEO 

The powerful tip you are about to learn will save you from getting duped by worthless services that claim they can get your site indexed immediately, increasing its rankings by submitting it to 1,000 or more search engines.

For reasons you will understand in just a second, there is no need to submit your site to so many search engines.

Let’s start by remembering that the main objective of the reputable search engine companies, such as Google, is to provide credible information to their users, not unscrupulous information. In addition, such companies want to maintain, as well as increase, the confidence of big, deep-pocketed, trustworthy businesses through paid advertising.

To do this, it’s important for these companies to employ the state-of-the-art search algorithms that serve the informational needs of their customers. If they do not, the big businesses do not invest their bottom lines into the advertising services, and customers lose trust in the credibility of the search engine companies.

So here is the question to ask: Why do search engine services claim they can increase your rankings by submitting your site to 1,000 or more search engines? The answer is simple: They are merely nothing more than services that sell your email address to spam farms. If you don’t believe me, sign up with one of these services temporarily to find out for yourself. But before you do that, create a dummy email address, as you will begin to see a flood of email spam.

In truth, there are only about six or seven search engine companies that really do index websites. And there are only three search engines that users typically visit to search for results. These search engines are Google, Yahoo, and MSN.

Another thing…you do NOT have to submit your site to the big-three search engines in order for them to index it. All you have to do is get some very high-ranking websites to link to your site, because the “big three” crawl the high-ranking sites often. By doing this, they are able to follow any links to your site, thus indexing them into their databases.

The services that propagate this myth of getting your site to rank highly by submitting it to all these non-existent–or insignificant–search engines do so to continue feeding on people who are uninformed about basic SEO (Search Engine Optimization) principles.

It doesn’t take a lot of time to become familiar with basic, but critical, SEO tips. All you have to do is invest a little time each day to get up to speed on SEO.

If you are frustrated with the companies that continue to scam customers out of their hard-earned money by selling bogus myths, take the time to learn basic SEO. You will thank me after finding out that it’s not as hard to get your site indexed and optimized as some companies would lead you to believe.

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