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    Quote Originally Posted by lauthiamkok View Post
    If do, then how do I submit a website to the Search Engines by hand?
    Lau
    If submitting by hand seems overwhelming for you then you can hire somebody to do it...aka people at Mechanical Turk (Amazon)...or hire freelancers...if your budget allows it.
    If your budget doesn't allow it (because don't have one) then you do it yourself...one by one...little by little.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lauthiamkok View Post
    "Should I submit my website to the Search Engines by hand or use software?

    Do it by hand. It will not take long to do and will ensure that you are successful in submitting each form with the correct information. There is a constant debate about how search engines feel about automated submission software. Since there is a reasonable chance these are frowned upon by the search engines, and since you can do anything they can do on your own, you might as well avoid them.

    But, if you're going to use software, these title seem to be the most common ones recommended: Addweb, Web Position Gold, Web CEO"

    After reading so many articles about SEO, I am still not quite get it how it works and how to make it works, but from the excerpt FAQ above, submitting the website to the Search Engines might help?? If do, then how do I submit a website to the Search Engines by hand?

    Many thanks,
    Lau
    Why does anyone want to submit his site to searchengines?

    There is only Google, some Yahoo and a tiny bit MSN...and they find you very fast when putting some backlinks. Which you have to do anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Renso82 View Post
    Why does anyone want to submit his site to searchengines?

    There is only Google, some Yahoo and a tiny bit MSN...and they find you very fast when putting some backlinks. Which you have to do anyway.
    Don't you ever tried submitting yours?...
    I guess it's much easier if you submit directly to them...
    I know you can be indexed in many ways, but is it that hard to submit to Search Engines. There is only Google, some Yahoo and a tiny bit MSN

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    this really is an awesome overview, I know the post has been around for some time but i'm still impressed with how relevant it is. Just goes to show that despite technological changes little alters in the SEO world

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    Google pretty much dominates, and Yahoo rounds it out. Here are my site's stats for that
    1. google 81.25%
    2. yahoo 17.05%
    3. aol 0.64%
    4. live 0.50%
    5. msn 0.20%
    6. ask 0.13%
    7. alltheweb 0.06%
    8. lycos 0.02%
    hate to break it to you, but submitting to any other site besides yahoo and google (and maybe aol and live) is probably a waste.

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    Chaps and Chapettes,

    On a shared server I have one dedicated IP.
    Currently 10 of my domains are live w/ website and pointing to this dedicated IP.

    Is 10 domains too many, and therefore defeating one of the advantages of a dedicated IP ?
    I mean did I create my own mini shared hosting next to my "neighbours" ?

    Robert

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grumpy View Post
    Chaps and Chapettes,

    On a shared server I have one dedicated IP.
    Currently 10 of my domains are live w/ website and pointing to this dedicated IP.

    Is 10 domains too many, and therefore defeating one of the advantages of a dedicated IP ?
    I mean did I create my own mini shared hosting next to my "neighbours" ?

    Robert
    Hi Robert,

    Are those domains extensively linking to each other, and are they related to each other? If not, then you're probably safe.

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    Two are related to each other : one is a blog, the other is a website subdived in subdomains (one subdomain for each new and different topic/product) discussed in the blog.
    One subdomain related to PLR products, the other to video marketing products etc. You probably already know what I mean.

    The reason I'm asking is that I might buy a second dedicated IP with different C Class.
    AAA.BBB.CCC.DDD where at least the CCC in both IPs is different.
    That would put both in a different "neighbourhood"/"area".

    I already asked my hosting provider, and they told me that I would probably have to move some websites to one of the other data centers where they have servers under a different company name. This company issues different C Class IPs.

    I'm a bit unsure about this last bit. that's why I'm asking whether it's worth the hassle at all.

    Robert

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    Hey Dan,

    Don't be afraid to boost your post count by giving an answer.
    Did I say something wrong, or am I just being impatient ?

    Robert

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    Still looking into it. I also have a lot on my plate as well, including having to care full time for an elderly relative who was just released from a nursing home. (And that's on top of work and what I do here.)

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    I understand.
    Apologies. I'm always impatient.
    But I'm glad that I didn't say something wrong this time.

    And family comes first always.
    (Well at least the good ones.)

    Robert

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    I think you have done a lots of research on SEO. Thanks to you that I have learned a lot about the SEO and it's various terms. It really gonna help me in IM. Thanks to you again.

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    this is a huge help. much easier to understand than most other guides i've read. especially enjoyed the keyword research section, thanks!

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    another useful site is whiterankers. that is a useful tool to use too

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    I really agree with the point about page validation because many people mistakenly assume that by having their web codes validated, they would be found on the first page of Google the next day which is absolutely impossible.

    So many top ten ranking sites are loaded with code errors.

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    Is it really true that Google do not use Meta tags in its algorithm?

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    Great post. Another great directory listing is http://www.vmoptions.com/directory-list.php

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    Very intrested post, I was searcing more about robot.txt, now I am happy my proble has been solve.

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    A great help! thanks a lot. I have bookmarked this thread. This is a lot of good effort. I am studying a lot of SEO articles these days to help my site to go up the SERPs and to me it is a great source of knowledge.

    Thanks again!

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    good work,
    its really full of information, i was looking for such a post to know more about seo.

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    Hire someone from a free lance site and have the submission done manually. It does not cost much.
    Quote Originally Posted by lauthiamkok View Post
    "Should I submit my website to the Search Engines by hand or use software?

    Do it by hand. It will not take long to do and will ensure that you are successful in submitting each form with the correct information. There is a constant debate about how search engines feel about automated submission software. Since there is a reasonable chance these are frowned upon by the search engines, and since you can do anything they can do on your own, you might as well avoid them.

    But, if you're going to use software, these title seem to be the most common ones recommended: Addweb, Web Position Gold, Web CEO"

    After reading so many articles about SEO, I am still not quite get it how it works and how to make it works, but from the excerpt FAQ above, submitting the website to the Search Engines might help?? If do, then how do I submit a website to the Search Engines by hand?

    Many thanks,
    Lau

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    Quote Originally Posted by Addison0 View Post
    Is it really true that Google do not use Meta tags in its algorithm?
    Google always refused the use of Meta tags, and now currently only will index Google Meta Tags.

    The Meta Google tag has several options that are exclusive for use with Google. These include:

    1. Googlebot: noarchive - does not allow Google to display cached content
    2. Googlebot: nosnippet - does not allow Google to display excerpt or cached content
    3. Googlebot: noindex - similar to the robots meta element
    4. Googlebot: nofollow - do not allow Google to pass any PageRank or link popularity to the link served.

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    Thanks for summarizing those popular questions. Perhaps everyone should read this thread before asking similar questions on a new thread.

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    Hi stymiee


    Can you please tel me about page rank. what formula should i use for getting highest ranking.


    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by sonal sahani View Post
    Hi stymiee


    Can you please tel me about page rank. what formula should i use for getting highest ranking.


    Thanks
    Since stymiee doesn't come around here much anymore, I'll answer it for you. Just get links from sites that are related to your own. Having a strong and healthy internal linking structure will also help distribute that PageRank you do get where you want it most.


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