Thursday, September 18, 2008

Submitting to Google

Submitting to Google

Google is probably the most widely used web crawler search engine. One way of letting

Google automatically detect and include your web page URL is as discussed in the above

paragraph. Submission to Google through its free listing program can be done using the

Add URL form available at

Having mentioned that, there is no guarantee that Google would include a web page

submitted to it by either of the free methods. Also, it might take as long as a month before

Google lists your web pages.

Google has advertising program called Adwords that offers you a combination of paid

listing and positioning of your pages in search results. Paid listings in Google appear

above and to the side of its regular results. These are discussed in detail in the section on

Paid Placement programs.

Google allows maximum 5 to 10 web pages from a website to be submitted per day.

Other web crawler search engines with both free as well as paid submission services are

discussed below. The free submission method for these search engines is very similar to

those described in the case of Google.