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Facts & Tips - Dynamic Submission™
There are many types of search
engines. According to the way of submission, we can separate
them into Free Submission Search Engines and Manual Submission
1. Free Submission Search
Engines - These kind of engines allow for free submission.
You can use the Auto Submission tool of Dynamic Submission
software to submit your web sites to these engines. Generally
Speaking, there are 3 types: General Engines, Directories
General Engines - also
call Spider Engine or Indexing Search Engines. For this type
of engines, you don't need to submit your web site details.
You just need to enter your web site URL and submit it . These
engines will retrieve your web site details from the Meta
Tag or the body of your web site automatically. Example is
Google, AltaVista, etc.
Directories - Internet
Directories engines. Directories are not automatically generated
but are compiled by editors. A website that is submitted to
a directory is subsequently catalogued and linked to one or
more topics. As the directories are set up by experienced
editors, they generally produce more targeted results. Example
is Yahoo.com .
FFA - collections of
Free for All pages (FFA) links. FFA are pages in which links
to website can be entered together with a short comment. Owners
of websites thereby enter the registration themselves, and
there is no editing board to review the entries. It is free
and becomes immediately effective.
2. Manual Submission Search
Engines - Not all the Search Engines accept Auto Submission.
There are three types of Search Engines for which you need
to do manual submission: Free manual submission engines, Pay-Per-Inclusion
engines and Pay-Per-Click engines. You can use the Manual
Submission tool of Dynamic Submission software to manually
submit your web site.
Free manual submission engines
- For these kind of engines, you can submit you web site without
payment. However you need to do the submission manually. For
example, AltaVista Free Engine requests you to enter a computer
generated image code each time when you login, which means
you have to submit your website manually. Another example
is open directory engines - dmoz.org. You need to browse in
the directory and select the right category before you do
Pay Per Inclusion Engine
- advertiser needs to pay a fee to search engines in order
to get their web sites to be listed in the search engines.
Yahoo, LookSmart, etc. are these kind of Engines. Normally,
your web site will be indexed by the search engines within
24 hours and your listing will be updated frequently. You
are also requested to pay a renewal fee for your listing every
6 months or annually. However, this doesn't guarantee a particular
position in the search results, you still need to optimize
your web site manually in order to achieve higher ranking.
Pay Per Click Search Engine
(also known as Pay Per Ranking, Pay Per Placement, Pay Per
Performance or Pay Per Position) - It enables you to list
your site at a particular position of the search results according
to the keyword bid. You list your website by selecting keywords
that refer to your products or services. For each keyword
you determine how much you are willing to spend and what position
you want. The higher you bid the higher your site will appear
in the search results. You can start your bid from 1 cent
per click for most of the major PPC engines, some PPC engines
have a minimum bid of 5 cents per click. For
more information on Pay Per Click Search Engines, please click