Google Submit

How Do I Check If My Site Is In Google?
Just type your website address in the Google search box. If Google knows about your site, it will tell you. If your website doesn’t come up as a result, you need to submit your site to Google. Another way to check if a page is in either of the search engines is to lift a piece of unique text from the page, put it in a search “in quotes”. Your page should come up


How Do You Submit A Site To Search Engines?
You do not need a seo to submit your site to Google. You don’t pay to get into any of the big search engines. As I have said many times in the past, the best way to actually get into Google and the other top search engines is for the search engine spider to find your site through a link that is already on another website which Google already has in it’s index. A link from a blog, forum or other website. Any link will do as long as Google sees it as a link. For example, if you have a web design company, join a web design forum that allows you to put a link to your website in a signature. When it comes to links, think how relevant the page is your wanting the link from to your website. Many think relevant links are very important.

You could of course think about submitting your site to directories like Yahoo or (if you can stand to wait years if you are unlucky) DMOZ or asking other sites in your niche to link to you.


Most of the search engines above also feed search results of other engines, so by submitting to them, you are submitting your site to several search engines. You may try other search engines, but in our modest opinion it is not worth it. A complete list of search engines is available at Wikipedia.

For a better indexing of your website, do not forget to include Meta Tags on each page, and add a robots.txt file in your site's main folder. Additionally, site maps can improve search engine optimization of your site by making sure that all pages can be found. And add a Favicon.ico to your site.


Is submitting my site enough?
No. Indexing will take up to 8 weeks, but this is not enough to start getting visitors. Being at the top of the search results depends mostly (but not only) on the popularity of your site, and a new site is not popular at all. Google's PageRank is the reference link analysis algorithm for the importance/popularity of a webpage. The higher the PageRank, the more visitors are likely to visit you from the results of searching in search engines.

In case you are using a popular free hosting service, robots may never visit your site. It is convenient to have your own site with your own domain name.