Frequently Asked Questions

How do I get my Web site content listed in the major search engines?

Last Updated: March 20, 2006 11:06 AM

In order to get your Web site page(s) listed in the Internet's leading search engines, you can submit the applicable URL(s) directly to the search engines in question, thus ensuring that the search engines' spiders will visit, review and consider the page(s) for indexation next time they crawl the Web. Most search engines unleash their spiders once a month. If external pages link to page(s) on your Web site, the spiders most likely will find and visit your Web site anyway. Direct submission, however, might speed up the process.

The Traffic Blazer search engine optimization and submission tool facilitates the search engine submission process by providing automated submission to dozens of leading search engines and Web directories, as well as enabling quick, manual submission to more than 200 other engines and directories, including regional and blog-specific engines. Traffic Blazer further helps you position your Web page(s) for top search engine rankings by providing a broad selection of advanced search engine optimization, repoting and Web site analysis tools.