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Frequently Asked Questions - Dynamic Submission

Q:How do Spider Search Engines work

Search Engines work by 'spidering' the Web and indexing all the Web pages it finds under specific heading or 'keyword'. When someone goes to a Search Engine and enters specific 'keyword' or key phrase, every page relevant to those 'keywords' is listed in order of importance. The idea is to ensure that your Web site comes out near the top for critical keywords related to your product or service. The use of Dynamic Submission goes a long way to achieving these goals.

How Spider Engines work?
After you submit your web site to the engines, your URL will be first stored in a "temporary" database, and then the search engines will send a "robot" or "spider" later in a regular time to "visit" your web site and determine whether your web site to be indexed or not. Most major engines will "spide" your web site more than 2 weeks, while some other engines may take more than 6 weeks.

Note: Please also note that there is not guarantee that your web site will be indexed by search engines even the "robot" has visited your site. Normally, you don't receive any reply from those "spider" engines when your web site has been indexed.


Search Engines FAQ

What’s Pay-Per-Click Search Engines?

How many Search Engines will Dynamic Submission post my web site details to? (How often do you update your engine data file?)

What’s the difference between directory, FFA and general engines?

How often do I need to update the engine data files?

How do 'Spider' Search Engines work?

How do Search Engines deal with Web sites that are no longer there? Do they use any process to remove such sites from their listings?

Can I add new engines that are not included in your engine data file?