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Top 30 Search Engine Submission Sites to Increase Traffic

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I asked many online businessmen the first thing that they think is troubling their business and got the same response from most of them:

“How do I increase the traffic of my website?”
Well obviously, “No traffic, no leads. No leads, no sales. No sales, no business.”

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There are several on-page optimization techniques that should be adopted to increase traffic. But to increase traffic by off page submission is just as important. Most of the traffic that an average website gets comes from organic searches on different search engines. While there are many ways to increase a website’s traffic other than focusing on increasing the number of searches, it can be safely assumed that improving search engine results is one of the most effective ways to do so. In recent years, search engines were voted as the most trusted source for finding relevant news and information.

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However, the big question in your mind at this point must be how you can tap into the realm of search engine submission?

Well, a long term right SEO strategy is certainly the trick to increasing your website traffic. At the same time, one important aspect that should be on your long-term SEO checklist is the free submission of your website to the top search engines. Here’s why I say that.

How does search engine submission increase traffic?

The importance of search engine optimisation can be very well captured in the words of Marc Ostrofsky, who is one of America’s leading entrepreneurs and a venture capitalist. He says “Search engine marketing and search engine optimisation are critically important to online businesses. You can spend every penny you have on a website but it will all be for nothing if nobody knows that your site is there.”

Search Engine Optimisation is embodied in the techniques that you may adopt to make sure that your website ranks highly on the Search Engine Result Pages (SERPs). Submitting your website to the search engine submission lists containing highly ranked portals or search engine submission sites is the first step towards empowering your website to be noticed. It is true that most major search engines will find your website using their own crawling and indexing techniques, just the way giants like Google do. However, submitting to other search engines can be immensely lucrative in more ways than one, especially for the following reasons:

  • The chances of having your website noticed by a larger audience increase multifold.
  • You can open yourself up to diverse and unexplored consumer bases and traffic sources.
  • You may also want to submit your website to other search engines if you doubt that your website has not been indexed appropriately by giants such as Google, Yahoo and Bing.

This way, apart from being sure that people are going to find your website, the traffic of your website can increase manifold if you manage to target the relevant audience for your business. This may be achieved by free website submission to local search engines or to specialised ones that deal in one particular domain and have a lot of visiting audience.

30 Best Search Engine Submission Sites

The Dose of Insight: “According to netmarketshare.com, Google holds a staggering global market share of 75.20 % followed distantly by Bing with 8.40 %.”

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Submitting your site to Google seems to be the obvious first step to take. You may do this by using the Google webmaster’s tools or by submitting your website at Google Search Console. Apart from Google, you also have the scope to submit your website to other search engines, search directories as well as some specialised search engines.

Search directories do not use crawlers and are only responsible for listing websites that are submitted to them. However, they usually list sites which are relevant to a particular topic, which considerably increases the chances of finding the right audience for your content. Major examples include Yahoo and DMOZ (the directory and search engine are different). These web directories are made by individual users essentially act as repositories or reservoirs of accumulated data. This makes directories a potent way of forming valuable backlinks and other important connections with like-minded content creators and website owners.

Specialised search engines are search engines which have been programmed to search within defined parameters. This means they might be coded to search within a predefined geographic location, specific web domains, specific subject areas, or even specific web formats. These can increase your website’s traffic manifold. All you need to do is find the specialised search engines in your niche and submit your website to them. They maintain a very useful data collection and at times, they may even prove to be more helpful to your cause or objective than getting to the top of Google’s search results might!

Below is a compiled list of some useful search engines you should submit your website to at once!

After your website’s submission, these search engines will send crawlers to your website and then index it according to its structure. This process is where the search engine looks through your website and understands whether or not it follows all the required parameters that make it acceptable to be a part of the search engine or directory in concern. In the case of directories, crawling does not occur, while indexing is paid special attention to. Remember that for quicker and better indexing, you should have a properly structured site map on your website.

Guest Author: Raj Gautam

This article is written by Raj Gautam. He is CEO and Founder of QL Tech, located in Perth, Australia. QL Tech is one of the best companies that offer unique digital marketing web development services by the virtue of its dedicated professionals.

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