Search Engine Submission

In the late 90s, submitting your site to a search engine meant entering your site URL into the search engines where your site would then be crawled and indexed. Nowadays things are quite different. Each search engine has its own “Webmaster Tools” section where they ask you to create and submit a dynamic sitemap telling them exactly what content you have on your site and how important it is.

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Add URL to Google

In the late 90s and early 2000, it would be enough to submit a site to Google, Yahoo, MSN but this is simply not the case anymore. Now, to be at all relevant on Google, you must have a search friendly site and a dynamic sitemap. Google adds and updates new sites to its index each time they crawl the web so you are definitely invited to submit your URL to Google but it can’t stop there. Yes, Google may add you to their index but there is no promise made by Google that all URL’s will be indexed and there are no guarantees about when or if your URL will ever appear.

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SEO Friendly Web Development

Whether you are designing a brand new website, redesigning an existing website or adding new functionality to your website i.e. ecommerce / shopping cart, blog, audio, video, article section, news or press release section, et al, it is essential that the objectives (the job description) of the website be the guiding criteria every time. All websites, particularly commercial websites have a set of objectives; generally these objectives absolutely depend on being found on Google and the other major search engines. SEO is all about being found through the search engines; all Web Development, from the basics through the most advanced techniques, need to be SEO Friendly first.

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