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How can I be sure that you really submitted my site?

It is easy to check. If you want to see by your own eyes that we really did what we have claimed we did, you need to do the following. Go to any search engine or directory we said your site was submitted. And try to submit URL address you have given to us by yourself. You would get a message from this search engine/directory that such URL address  have been already submitted.
We respect our customers and value our reputation, which is very hard to earn and very easy to loose. It is not in our best interests to have unsatisfied clients.
We hope that you have found answers to your questions here.
You can order our manual site submission service by filling the submission form.
Please check the details of our available packages.
What payment methods do you accept?

Presently we accept payments to our NetPay and E-Gold accounts. NetPay and E-Gold are well reputed systems of online payments. Please check the details of available payment methods and procedure.
Do you accept credit cards?

No, we do not accept direct payments by credit cards, however you can fund your online account with your credit card through the provided means of online payment systems where we have our accounts.
Do you offer a money back guarantee?

Yes, but with the certain conditions. We can return the complete fee you've paid us with deduction of all transaction charges (incurred by online payment systems) only if we would not begin the work with your site submission. If we already submitted your site to some engines from the engines list you have ordered, then we will refund the paid fee with the deduction of the price for those engines we have already submitted your site. The price for each engine will be USD 5.00 in this case, even if it was the discount price initially in your ordered package. The difference (with online transaction charges included) will be refunded to the account from which we have received the payment. The refunding can be done only on the basis of your written request and will be done within 24 hours from request receipt.
Are your fees one-time or will I be charged again?

Yes, our fees are one-time. You submit one URL address - you pay one-time fee.
What are robots.txt files and what is their relation to the search engines?

The robots.txt file is the mechanism that web site owners can use to block spiders from crawling all their site or just the portions of their web sites. It's widely recognized and honored by the major crawlers, but it remains an unofficial law. We do not provide any help with robots.txt. files.
Do you do paid submissions to Yahoo and other engines that do not accept free submissions?

Actually we submit to the engines that accept site submissions free of charge. Moreover, with knowledge of the internal rules  and the connections between different search resources of the web, we submit even to some major search engines known to cease accepting free submissions by adding your site to the daughter, parental or partner organizations sharing its databases with the engines. For example, it should be observed that most of your Look Smart search engine traffic will NOT come from Look Smart itself, but instead from "search partners" like MSN and Alta Vista. Regarding web directories - submissions to directories are free. You can read more about Yahoo submission.

However, if you want us to do paid submissions of your site, that's okay, we can do this - please contact us.
Can you help to put meta tags on my site?

No, we do not provide such service. You will have to do it by yourself.
Why are meta tags important?

Meta tags are the special characteristics of any particular site page that help search engines to understand what this page is about. Search engines crawl the net on regularly basis. Some of them, like Google read the whole text on the page, others read meta tags, like Dog Pile and Meta Crawler.
When you submit your site to search engines and directories you give only one home page of your site, however usually sites consist of more than one page and even if today it is only one page, there could be more lately.
If you'll put meta tags on all your site pages and interconnect them all together, the chance that search engines will find them too, not just your submitted home page, will increase dramatically. Therefore, pages of your site have much better chance to get into search results list and get higher rankings.
In short, if you want to get a proper listing in the search engines you need to install meta tags on all pages of your site. Minimum requirements are: Title + Keywords + Description.
What are meta tags?

Meta tags is the information about the site page consisting of page title, keywords for this particular page and page description embodied in HTML of the site page, at the top of the HTML body.  
Can you help me with my site description?

Yes. If you find it difficult to supply site description necessary for the submission, we can help you with this by reviewing your site and analyzing its content. Our fee is $30.00 for this work. However, your site should be in English.
Why there is the limit of characters for site description?

All search engines and directories put a limit to the size of submitted site description, therefore we are simply following the rules.

Why is site description so important?

Directories and many engines place site description along with the site address in their search results. Your site description is the business card of your site  it should be precise, clear and to the point and giving a searcher a very good reason to visit specifically your site among thousands of other similar sites on the web.
What is a site description?

Site description is several phrases, usually not more than 3 - 4, which are the short summary of your site contents. It must be complete sentences, not keywords separated by commas. Phrases should be extremely clear and precise in transmitting information of what exactly a visitor could find on your site.
Can you help me with my keywords?

Yes. If you find it difficult to supply keywords necessary for the submission, we can help you with this by reviewing your site and analyzing its content. Our fee is $10.00 for this work. This service can be ordered only for the sites in English. 
Why there is the limit of 16 keywords?

The 16 keywords we need should pertain to the entire theme of the site.  6 keywords are the main words reflecting the main subjects of your site content. Other 10 additional keywords you can add if you think that 6 keywords is not enough to describe your site content. We ask for only 16 because people tend to get carried away, thinking they can be found for any search term they add to their meta tags.
What is keyword density?

Keyword density is the number of times your keywords appear in relation to other words on your web page. For example, if your page had only the words "golf club" on it, the keyword density would be 100% for the keyword "golf club". If your page had on it, "Our golf club is the best", then the keyword density would be 50% because each word is 25% of the entire text (search engines ignore common words like "is" and "the"). Keyword density is a factor by which a search engine can "measure" your site to determine how relevant it is to the searcher.
What is a keyword?

A keyword (or key phrase) is the set of words that is typed into the search box of a search engine to find a particular business or topic. Keywords should reflect the content of your site and be most specific. You must be sure that your chosen keywords are actually present in the text body of your site. This is important because many major search engines (Google is the most well-known among them) read the content of your site pages and find the text parts, which have the keywords typed into the search box. The fragment of text with the keyword from your site page is showed along with the address of your site page in the search results for those keywords. 
Why do you need the category and the language of the site in site information?

One major factor is that many national search engines and directories are specific to a particular country or region and will not accept sites that are not relevant to their area (for example, the sites about Belgium). 
Another factor is the category that you choose to submit your site under.  There are theme-oriented engines that accept only sites related to travel and hotel business; others accept only sites with joke collections, and so on.
The third factor is that many national engines have language requirements (for example, several national search engines - French, Spanish, Russian, etc. - require that the submitted sites will be in their respective languages). However, English is by far the most usual language on the web.
What is the site address?

It is the complete URL address of the front page of your site, otherwise known as the home page or index page. Your site could be found on the web by this address. URL address always begins with http:// then it could follow by www. but it is not always the case. At the end of the address could be different extensions like .com .org .edu .net or. html.
Do you guarantee my site position in search engines?

Search engines will change algorithms, delete sites, change submission criteria and do all sorts of things without revealing their secrets. Although we do our best to stay on top of what the search engines are looking for and follow all the rules required by submission policy of the engines, we cannot control positions, and thus cannot guarantee exactly where you'll be listed in search engines. One thing we can guarantee is your satisfaction. It will take a minimum of 3 months to fully index and position your site in search engines.
How long will it take to see listings?

With more than 5 million web pages being submitted each day to the search engines, it takes anything from 1 day up to 4 months to begin seeing listings from free submissions, depending from the particular engine, so patience will be required. Usually you will see the first results in one month from the date of submission. This is all the more reason to not waste anymore time than necessary before having your site professionally submitted by a service like ours.  The sooner you submit, the sooner you'll see more traffic and results.
Will I receive confirmation that you've submitted my site to the search engines and directories?

If you provide a valid e-mail address along with your web site submission information, you will receive a lot of e-mails from the many search engines and directories that send a "thank you for registering" letter.  We will also send you a report detailing all of the successful submissions.
Why the automatic submission does not give the same results as the manual submission?

There are several reasons. First reason is that many engines, including major engines, simply ignore bulk automatic submissions. Then there is that each engine has its own submission rules, meaning that one engine requires 200 characters site description while another could require 120 characters limit. As you can see only human hand submission can follow all these rules. Failure to follow these rules could lead to low rankings of your site in search engines results or complete ignoring of your automatic site submission by search engines. Moreover, web directories does not accept automatic submissions whatsoever.
Also, a lot of engines you have been promised your site would be submitted by automatic programs does not exist anymore or accept only paid or specific theme or/and language related sites.
I have seen ads for companies that submit to thousands of search engines for one low price. What do I need you for?

The fact is, the only way these companies can do what they claim is by using bulk submission automatic programs - programs that could actually get your pages banned from the major search engines. Making matters worse, some of the thousands of search engines that these programs submit to, exist solely for the purpose of harvesting e-mail addresses.
Moreover, "thousands" of search engines they promise to submit your site don't even exist anymore. There are only about a couple of dozens major spider-based engines and the number of other actually working international search engines is in several hundreds, not thousands. Also, many engines changed their submission policy to the paid submissions only.
For this reason, we concentrate our efforts on the quality, not quantity of submissions, and submit to all search engines and directories only by hand, meaning that there are no automatic programs, everything is done by a human. It is time consuming and requires a lot of efforts, but it is the only really reliable way to have your site submitted to search engines and directories properly.

How do search engines determine rankings?

Most search engines use programs called "spiders" to crawl through web pages. These spiders follow links to capture information about your web site, and each page's contents in an index. This index, essentially a list of words, is updated by re-crawling your site periodically. Search engines are also placing greater emphasis on site "popularity" - giving sites that are linked to many other similar content sites higher positions.
What is the point to submit to other search engines not so big as Yahoo and Google?    

Those who plan for the future would be keen to keep in mind that it is better to rely on a large number of smaller directories that one large one. There is some correlation here with meta-searches. If a page is listed highly in several search engines then it ranks highly in the meta search, if a page is listed in several smaller directories then it has passed several human reviews and is more likely to be of good quality.
Why is Yahoo important?  

Yahoo is one of the largest search engines. Actually, that's not true. Yahoo is not technically a search engine. It is a human compiled directory of websites and does not have a spider bot going to sites and indexing them. Note - being listed under "webpages" does not mean you are listed in Yahoo. It means you are listed with Google. Yahoo gets its "webpage" results from Google. You can read more about Yahoo submission.
Why is Google important?  

Google is the well-known major presence on the web and continues to increase its importance. Last December, Google announced that it was spidering 3 million pages each day where freshness had been determined to be crucial. In terms of "search hours", Google remains the most used search engine.
Indeed, in June 2002, Google skyrocketed to over 20 million search hours of usage - four times higher than second-place Yahoo did.
The recent policy of Google of acquiring new search partners resulted that Google becomes more and more common tool of finding anything on the web. When you receive in your search results the list of web pages in most cases it will be the results "borrowed" from Google. Even Yahoo, which technically speaking is not a search engine but the web directory gets its "webpage" results from Google.
Among the last partners of Google this year there are such major search engines as: AOL Search (now both paid listings and crawler-based editorial results come from Google) and iWon (Google's crawler-based results now appear in the "Web Sites" section of iWon's results and replace those previously provided by Inktomi. "Sponsored Listings" at iWon still come from Overture.)
Why it is important to submit to web directories too?

Web directories are similar to yellow pages telephone directories. They are free for use, and site submission to directories is mostly free of charge. What is important is that most major, international and national search engines use their databases. The big search engines (such as Google for example, which uses ODP) place significant emphasis on entries in the big directories. Essentially by placing that emphasis the engines can borrow part of the human review nature of directories and put it in to their algorithms.
The power of ODP (Open Directory Project) and its non-commercial nature is the most known among major web directories. It is interesting to know that technically speaking Yahoo is also not search engine but the web directory, though it is not that open as it used to be before.
We are confident that the combined traffic from the results of your directory submissions (including the Open Directory Project - dmoz.org) can easily represent 60-70% of ALL your long-term search engine traffic as most major search engines (Google, AOL, Lycos, etc) are using DMOZ directory.
I heard that if I build a website, search engines would come and find it anyway.
So why do I need to submit to search engines?

Wrong concept. Search engines won't spider your site unless you submit to them properly. They are overwhelmed with spam submissions and the ongoing immense growth of the Internet, and will not go out of their way to find your site. Your site must be submitted safely and it means manually, by human. Moreover, the major directories will never list your site unless it is properly submitted.
What is the difference between a search engine and a directory?

A search engine is an automated system ran by a spider or robot, which roams the Internet, while a directory is constructed by human editors, who review each site submitted to it. For example, Google is the search engine, ODP (Open Directory Project - DMOZ) and Yahoo are the web directories.
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What is the difference between a search engine and a directory?

A search engine is an automated system ran by a spider or robot, which roams the Internet, while a directory is constructed by human editors, who review each site submitted to it. For example, Google is the search engine, ODP (Open Directory Project - DMOZ) and Yahoo are the web directories.
I heard that if I build a website, search engines would come and find it anyway.
So why do I need to submit to search engines?

Wrong concept. Search engines won't spider your site unless you submit to them properly. They are overwhelmed with spam submissions and the ongoing immense growth of the Internet, and will not go out of their way to find your site. Your site must be submitted safely and it means manually, by human. Moreover, the major directories will never list your site unless it is properly submitted.
Why it is important to submit to web directories too?

Web directories are similar to yellow pages telephone directories. They are free for use, and site submission to directories is mostly free of charge. What is important is that most major, international and national search engines use their databases. The big search engines (such as Google for example, which uses ODP) place significant emphasis on entries in the big directories. Essentially by placing that emphasis the engines can borrow part of the human review nature of directories and put it in to their algorithms.
The power of ODP (Open Directory Project) and its non-commercial nature is the most known among major web directories. It is interesting to know that technically speaking Yahoo is also not search engine but the web directory, though it is not that open as it used to be before.
We are confident that the combined traffic from the results of your directory submissions (including the Open Directory Project - dmoz.org) can easily represent 60-70% of ALL your long-term search engine traffic as most major search engines (Google, AOL, Lycos, etc) are using DMOZ directory.
Why is Google important?  

Google is the well-known major presence on the web and continues to increase its importance. Last December, Google announced that it was spidering 3 million pages each day where freshness had been determined to be crucial. In terms of "search hours", Google remains the most used search engine.
Indeed, in June 2002, Google skyrocketed to over 20 million search hours of usage - four times higher than second-place Yahoo did.
The recent policy of Google of acquiring new search partners resulted that Google becomes more and more common tool of finding anything on the web. When you receive in your search results the list of web pages in most cases it will be the results "borrowed" from Google. Even Yahoo, which technically speaking is not a search engine but the web directory gets its "webpage" results from Google.
Among the last partners of Google this year there are such major search engines as: AOL Search (now both paid listings and crawler-based editorial results come from Google) and iWon (Google's crawler-based results now appear in the "Web Sites" section of iWon's results and replace those previously provided by Inktomi. "Sponsored Listings" at iWon still come from Overture.)
Why is Yahoo important?  

Yahoo is one of the largest search engines. Actually, that's not true. Yahoo is not technically a search engine. It is a human compiled directory of websites and does not have a spider bot going to sites and indexing them. Note - being listed under "webpages" does not mean you are listed in Yahoo. It means you are listed with Google. Yahoo gets its "webpage" results from Google. You can read more about Yahoo submission.
What is the point to submit to other search engines not so big as Yahoo and Google?    

Those who plan for the future would be keen to keep in mind that it is better to rely on a large number of smaller directories that one large one. There is some correlation here with meta-searches. If a page is listed highly in several search engines then it ranks highly in the meta search, if a page is listed in several smaller directories then it has passed several human reviews and is more likely to be of good quality.
How do search engines determine rankings?

Most search engines use programs called "spiders" to crawl through web pages. These spiders follow links to capture information about your web site, and each page's contents in an index. This index, essentially a list of words, is updated by re-crawling your site periodically. Search engines are also placing greater emphasis on site "popularity" - giving sites that are linked to many other similar content sites higher positions.
I have seen ads for companies that submit to thousands of search engines for one low price. What do I need you for?

The fact is, the only way these companies can do what they claim is by using bulk submission automatic programs - programs that could actually get your pages banned from the major search engines. Making matters worse, some of the thousands of search engines that these programs submit to, exist solely for the purpose of harvesting e-mail addresses.
Moreover, "thousands" of search engines they promise to submit your site don't even exist anymore. There are only about a couple of dozens major spider-based engines and the number of other actually working international search engines is in several hundreds, not thousands. Also, many engines changed their submission policy to the paid submissions only.
For this reason, we concentrate our efforts on the quality, not quantity of submissions, and submit to all search engines and directories only by hand, meaning that there are no automatic programs, everything is done by a human. It is time consuming and requires a lot of efforts, but it is the only really reliable way to have your site submitted to search engines and directories properly.

Why the automatic submission does not give the same results as the manual submission?

There are several reasons. First reason is that many engines, including major engines, simply ignore bulk automatic submissions. Then there is that each engine has its own submission rules, meaning that one engine requires 200 characters site description while another could require 120 characters limit. As you can see only human hand submission can follow all these rules. Failure to follow these rules could lead to low rankings of your site in search engines results or complete ignoring of your automatic site submission by search engines. Moreover, web directories does not accept automatic submissions whatsoever.
Also, a lot of engines you have been promised your site would be submitted by automatic programs does not exist anymore or accept only paid or specific theme or/and language related sites.
Will I receive confirmation that you've submitted my site to the search engines and directories?

If you provide a valid e-mail address along with your web site submission information, you will receive a lot of e-mails from the many search engines and directories that send a "thank you for registering" letter.  We will also send you a report detailing all of the successful submissions.
How long will it take to see listings?

With more than 5 million web pages being submitted each day to the search engines, it takes anything from 1 day up to 4 months to begin seeing listings from free submissions, depending from the particular engine, so patience will be required. Usually you will see the first results in one month from the date of submission. This is all the more reason to not waste anymore time than necessary before having your site professionally submitted by a service like ours.  The sooner you submit, the sooner you'll see more traffic and results.
Do you guarantee my site position in search engines?

Search engines will change algorithms, delete sites, change submission criteria and do all sorts of things without revealing their secrets. Although we do our best to stay on top of what the search engines are looking for and follow all the rules required by submission policy of the engines, we cannot control positions, and thus cannot guarantee exactly where you'll be listed in search engines. One thing we can guarantee is your satisfaction. It will take a minimum of 3 months to fully index and position your site in search engines.
What is the site address?

It is the complete URL address of the front page of your site, otherwise known as the home page or index page. Your site could be found on the web by this address. URL address always begins with http:// then it could follow by www. but it is not always the case. At the end of the address could be different extensions like .com .org .edu .net or. html.
Why do you need the category and the language of the site in site information?

One major factor is that many national search engines and directories are specific to a particular country or region and will not accept sites that are not relevant to their area (for example, the sites about Belgium). 
Another factor is the category that you choose to submit your site under.  There are theme-oriented engines that accept only sites related to travel and hotel business; others accept only sites with joke collections, and so on.
The third factor is that many national engines have language requirements (for example, several national search engines - French, Spanish, Russian, etc. - require that the submitted sites will be in their respective languages). However, English is by far the most usual language on the web.
What is a keyword?

A keyword (or key phrase) is the set of words that is typed into the search box of a search engine to find a particular business or topic. Keywords should reflect the content of your site and be most specific. You must be sure that your chosen keywords are actually present in the text body of your site. This is important because many major search engines (Google is the most well-known among them) read the content of your site pages and find the text parts, which have the keywords typed into the search box. The fragment of text with the keyword from your site page is showed along with the address of your site page in the search results for those keywords. 
What is keyword density?

Keyword density is the number of times your keywords appear in relation to other words on your web page. For example, if your page had only the words "golf club" on it, the keyword density would be 100% for the keyword "golf club". If your page had on it, "Our golf club is the best", then the keyword density would be 50% because each word is 25% of the entire text (search engines ignore common words like "is" and "the"). Keyword density is a factor by which a search engine can "measure" your site to determine how relevant it is to the searcher.
Why there is the limit of 16 keywords?

The 16 keywords we need should pertain to the entire theme of the site.  6 keywords are the main words reflecting the main subjects of your site content. Other 10 additional keywords you can add if you think that 6 keywords is not enough to describe your site content. We ask for only 16 because people tend to get carried away, thinking they can be found for any search term they add to their meta tags.
Can you help me with my keywords?

Yes. If you find it difficult to supply keywords necessary for the submission, we can help you with this by reviewing your site and analyzing its content. Our fee is $10.00 for this work. This service can be ordered only for the sites in English. 
What is a site description?

Site description is several phrases, usually not more than 3 - 4, which are the short summary of your site contents. It must be complete sentences, not keywords separated by commas. Phrases should be extremely clear and precise in transmitting information of what exactly a visitor could find on your site.
Why is site description so important?

Directories and many engines place site description along with the site address in their search results. Your site description is the business card of your site  it should be precise, clear and to the point and giving a searcher a very good reason to visit specifically your site among thousands of other similar sites on the web.
Why there is the limit of characters for site description?

All search engines and directories put a limit to the size of submitted site description, therefore we are simply following the rules.

Can you help me with my site description?

Yes. If you find it difficult to supply site description necessary for the submission, we can help you with this by reviewing your site and analyzing its content. Our fee is $30.00 for this work. However, your site should be in English.
What are meta tags?

Meta tags is the information about the site page consisting of page title, keywords for this particular page and page description embodied in HTML of the site page, at the top of the HTML body.  
Why are meta tags important?

Meta tags are the special characteristics of any particular site page that help search engines to understand what this page is about. Search engines crawl the net on regularly basis. Some of them, like Google read the whole text on the page, others read meta tags, like Dog Pile and Meta Crawler.
When you submit your site to search engines and directories you give only one home page of your site, however usually sites consist of more than one page and even if today it is only one page, there could be more lately.
If you'll put meta tags on all your site pages and interconnect them all together, the chance that search engines will find them too, not just your submitted home page, will increase dramatically. Therefore, pages of your site have much better chance to get into search results list and get higher rankings.
In short, if you want to get a proper listing in the search engines you need to install meta tags on all pages of your site. Minimum requirements are: Title + Keywords + Description.
Can you help to put meta tags on my site?

No, we do not provide such service. You will have to do it by yourself.
Do you do paid submissions to Yahoo and other engines that do not accept free submissions?

Actually we submit to the engines that accept site submissions free of charge. Moreover, with knowledge of the internal rules  and the connections between different search resources of the web, we submit even to some major search engines known to cease accepting free submissions by adding your site to the daughter, parental or partner organizations sharing its databases with the engines. For example, it should be observed that most of your Look Smart search engine traffic will NOT come from Look Smart itself, but instead from "search partners" like MSN and Alta Vista. Regarding web directories - submissions to directories are free. You can read more about Yahoo submission.

However, if you want us to do paid submissions of your site, that's okay, we can do this - please contact us.
What are robots.txt files and what is their relation to the search engines?

The robots.txt file is the mechanism that web site owners can use to block spiders from crawling all their site or just the portions of their web sites. It's widely recognized and honored by the major crawlers, but it remains an unofficial law. We do not provide any help with robots.txt. files.
Are your fees one-time or will I be charged again?

Yes, our fees are one-time. You submit one URL address - you pay one-time fee.
Do you offer a money back guarantee?

Yes, but with the certain conditions. We can return the complete fee you've paid us with deduction of all transaction charges (incurred by online payment systems) only if we would not begin the work with your site submission. If we already submitted your site to some engines from the engines list you have ordered, then we will refund the paid fee with the deduction of the price for those engines we have already submitted your site. The price for each engine will be USD 5.00 in this case, even if it was the discount price initially in your ordered package. The difference (with online transaction charges included) will be refunded to the account from which we have received the payment. The refunding can be done only on the basis of your written request and will be done within 24 hours from request receipt.
Do you accept credit cards?

No, we do not accept direct payments by credit cards, however you can fund your online account with your credit card through the provided means of online payment systems where we have our accounts.
What payment methods do you accept?

Presently we accept payments to our NetPay and E-Gold accounts. NetPay and E-Gold are well reputed systems of online payments. Please check the details of available payment methods and procedure.
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How can I be sure that you really submitted my site?

It is easy to check. If you want to see by your own eyes that we really did what we have claimed we did, you need to do the following. Go to any search engine or directory we said your site was submitted. And try to submit URL address you have given to us by yourself. You would get a message from this search engine/directory that such URL address  have been already submitted.
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