Need to submit your new site to the search engines?

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Two especially worthwhile search-engine-submission aggregators I use in connexion with my website, and are worth recommending:

*Independent Search Engine Directory Network (ISEDN)

*FreeWebSubmission.com (This allows you to submit to some 25 major search engines and directories simultaneously.)

No doubt sure to save you plenty of time.

Also worth a try for to promote your site: AdLeaf, essentially a free website advertising tool.

What think you of these tools?
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Laura Thomas, Social Media Coordinator

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Thanks for sharing these tips, I'm sure our community will find them useful.
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This might be stretching things, but Chitika may also be worth looking into among publishers needing to add value to their websites--not just from the standpoint of selling products/services, but also from that of referrals.
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Andi North, Mangopear Media

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I tend to find that if you submit a website in those ways, it reduces your appeal to search engines. I tend to find that using some of Google's services works very well and websites often come top on results.

I recommend using Google Analytics and Google Webmaster Tools. These are also very helpful for creating and marketing your website(s). Webmaster tools can also help with Keywords.
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The reason I use "one-stop" resources such as those suggested in the original post is in the interest of saving time.
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The reason I use "one-stop" resources such as those suggested in the original post is in the interest of saving time.
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Andi North, Mangopear Media

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Yeah, it does save time but I have found that doing it may affect your ranking. Setting up Google Webmaster Tools, is actually quite quick and if you have good keywords and metadata then it is actually quick to get indexed.