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Update site in different search engines

Discussion in 'Yahoo Search Marketing' started by khushinandy, May 16, 2011.

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    Hello everybody,
    SEMrush
    How can I update my site in different search engines? Is there any easy option to do it?


    Thanks in advance
    Khushi
     
    khushinandy, May 16, 2011 IP
    SEMrush
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    You can work on forums, blogs, social media sites make sure to work on website with good pr associated to your niche.
     
    lesa mitchell, Sep 19, 2013 IP
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    Maybe it is useful information:
    Never use an automated service for search engine site submission.
    You’re wasting your money, and if your SEO submission company indulges in any shady practices, you risk your site being marked and exiled by Google for spamming! The truth is, once your site makes it into the handful of top Search Engines – which happens quickly, if you know how to use keywords and optimize your blog or static site properly – the smaller search engines find out about it anyway. Paying good money is not worth the “benefit” you might reap from an SEO submission company submitting your sites to smaller search engines – proportionately, these smaller search engines stacked against the big guns like Google, MSN and Yahoo are roughly about the size of a flea on a large-sized dog.
     
    ktp2012, Sep 24, 2013 IP
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    You have to understand that search engines have their own ways of indexing pages and it all depends on the search engines that you used too.
     
    Dario McNut, Aug 26, 2015 IP