Submit your site to search engines and how to do it quicker

If you want to submit your website to submit your site to search engines like Google, Bing & Yahoo and you are up for quite a task ahead. You may not know it, but they aren’t the only search engines out on the internet.

There are over 400+ search engines on the internet, and although Google dominates them all, it doesn’t mean users aren’t using other search engines. Search engines are technically scanned by different search engines for links so crawl. What this means is the more search engines your website is on, the better you are going to rank overall on the leading search engines.

An easy way to submit your website to these search engine directories is by purchasing our search booster service that does the heavy lifting for you.

How the traffic booster works to submit your site to search engines

Traffic Booster gives you a powerful 3-step method to achieve better technical optimisation on your site. It uses a complex array of scripts and algorithms to help you achieve better results in over 400 search engines – and it only takes minutes.

Step 1: Search booster checks your site for broken links

You may not know it but broken links that don’t work can actually negatively affect your SEO ranking. Our tool mitigates this problem by alerting you to pages that contains the broken links so that you can update or remove the broken link. This saves you from having to manually go through each page and blog post of your site and check if the other sites you have linked to are still active. This is something that requires to be done on a regular basis and it can take up a lot of time and is a very boring repetitive task.

Step 2: Optimise Your Site

After you have checked for your websites broken links there are some other important factors to consider. Our search booster tool also includes a meta tag generator that gives you the HTML tags to use on your site for your chosen keywords. These meta tags help tell search engines more information about what your website is about and what the content contains for the Google crawlers to sort to rank your website accordingly. Search engines don’t work well when they can’t deliver the right results to searches so Google rewards website owners that take the extra time to index their websites.

You also get detailed reports about how your website SEO is progressing and makes recommendations on what to improve further to increase your ranking.

Here are some of the things that these reports include:

Site Preview A preview of how your site will look in the search engine’s ranking pages.
Meta Tags Report A preview of your meta tags and advice on how to optimise them.
Overall Page Report A report on your page, including number of URL’s, size of the page, and how quickly it loads.
Keyword Density The words that the search engines find most often on your page. These let it know what the page is about.
Internal Links A list of all the links on the page that lead to other parts of your site.
External Links A list of all the links on the page that lead to other sites.

These reports let you know when your SEO strategy is working and what you can change to make your site better.

Step 3: Submit your site to search engines (400+ search engines)

The only thing left to do now is to submit your site to the search engines. Search engines crawl your website automatically but they also count how many times your website is linked elsewhere on the internet to get a rough idea how relevant your website is. So having your website added to 400+ search engines will increase your backlinks and chances of people finding your content.

 

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