I work for a small local Internet Yellow Pages company that has proven to be quite succesful in our area. Some of our clients have asked about subhosting thier ads (aka http://<companyname>.<oursite>.com pointing to another url on our site such as http://www.<oursite>.com/<ad directory>/<adname>.htm).
We have found that our web host will provide this service. My question is actually on submitting these subhosted sites to search engines. Since they have a top-level domain, they will qualify for submission to all the engines, but I'm trying to find a tool or a selection of tools to quickly perform the submissions for me. I have done a bit of investigating and looked at some various sites that have tutorials on submissions, but I'm still kind of lost.
The company I work for has bought AddWeb (http://www.cyberspacehq.com/addweb/home.htm)
. If you want to submit to as many engines as possible this is a good program.
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To "add url" to search engines I suggest you use DumpTruck www.trafficstudio.com/dumptruck/about.htm .
To track your search engines rank I suggest AgentWebRanking Freeware. 5 stars ZDNET. www.aadsoft.com/agentwebranking/ranking.htm .
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