Free Website Submission

Our submission script will submit your website URL to 70+ top search engines for free, including Google.

 

+ Search Engines List and Details

 

Submit Express can register your website URL with 70+ search engines and directories, all for free. We submit your site to few main search engines, but given that several of the search engines share their data, you will end up on at least 70 search engines.

 

The main engines we submit to:

  • Google
  • Jayde
  • Alexa
  • Scrub the Web
  • ExactSeek
  • Fyber Search
  • InfoTiger
  • WalHello
  • EntireWeb
  • Burf
  • WebSquash
  • Anoox
  • GhetoSearch
  • Feedplex
  • Amfibi
  • Active Search Results
  • SurfSafely
  • WhatUSeek
  • Amidalla
  • Secret Search Engine Labs
  • Acoon
  • Boitho
  • MyaHint
  • SearchSight
  • Claymont
  • Slider

In addition your site will be listed in the below Search Engines:

  • All the Web
  • Alta Vista
  • AOL
  • Beauco Up!
  • Clusty
  • CurryGuide
  • Dogpile
  • Excite
  • Family Friendly Search
  • Fazzle
  • Find Info
  • Galaxy
  • GigaBlast
  • Go.com
  • Hotbot
  • IceRocket
  • Info.com
  • InfoGrid
  • InfoSpace
  • Internet Sleuth
  • Ixquick
  • iZito
  • Kanoodle
  • Kartoo
  • Lycos
  • Mamma
  • MetaCrawler
  • MetaEureka
  • Netscape
  • One Page MultiSearch Engines
  • Proteus
  • Scrub the Web
  • Search Hippo
  • Search the Web
  • Search.com
  • SurfWax
  • Teoma
  • Turbo10
  • WebCrawler
  • ZapMeta
  • Highway 61
  • 37.com
  • One Seek
  • MetaSpider
  • MegaGo

 

Before you submit to the search engines, Click here to make sure you are using the right keywords within your meta tags. Then make sure that you take advantage of our free META Tag Generator for best placement. Please do not submit your URL more than once a month. Multiple submissions of the same URL to some search engines could be considered spamming and therefore may ban you from being listed.

 

  • Submit the main page of your site only. The rest of your site will be crawled by the search engines.
  • Only 5 submissions in every 24 hours period are allowed.

 

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Free Website Submission Site
  • Internet
  • URL to Submit to Search Engines
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    SEE RESOURCES BELOW THIS ARTICLE

    For direct links to the major directories' online submissions pages, look to the resources section below this article. Follow the links to forms to submit to
    search engines.

  2.  

    GOOGLE

    The direct link to submit URL to Google appears in the Resources section below this article. No Google membership is required and no fee applies for this basic submission service. Be prepared, however, to write a brief meta description about the site you are adding to their directory and information or tools that can be found there.

  3.  

    YAHOO

    You can directly access Yahoo's submission page be clicking the direct link that appears in the Resources section below this article. It is free to submit your website or
    blog to Yahoo, but there is no option to include a description of the site.

  4.  

    MSN

    Again, the link to this search engine's submission page appears in the Resources section beneath these steps. MSN is free and requires only the URL of the site you wish to submit to search engines.

  5.  

    AOL

    To submit to AOL, you must participate in the Open Directory project. Below this article you will find a direct link to a description of the project and instructions to participate.

  6.  

    ASK

    There was a time when ASK.com allowed paid inclusion in their search directory, but this has changed so that all submissions are now free. The only problem is that the submission process is complicated and Ask must provide an extensive guide to lead webmasters through. You will find a link to these instructions in the Resources section below this article.

Tips & Warnings
  • Paying to submit to search engines isn't a bad idea if it's a realistic option for your budget. Many paid submission services allow for easier and faster inclusion in search directories. Free submission isn't difficult, but it can take weeks to over a month for your URL to appear in search results as each engine will have to verify the URL. Paid sites can cut this time down to days or hours. Just be aware that not all of these services are worth their expense.


 
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99% of Webmasters don't need costly website optimization and submission services. Interestingly, 99% of “Search Engine Professionals” don't mention this -- they're too interested in charging you for their services.

I run this site in a totally different way. You can use almost everything on the site for FREE. If you feel the site is useful, then you can pay me what YOU think the advice and service is worth! And if you ever change your mind for any reason, you get your money back -- no questions asked.

The grey navigation palettes on the right side of each page let you quickly bounce around the site. But please start by reading this pIf you want more people to visit your website, you need to know how to make your website search engine friendly, and then submit your URL to all the major search engines. This site is devoted to teaching you how to do it yourself, cheaply, effectively, and with a minimum of hassle. 


"Tooter," the most sophisticated submission robot on the net, stands ready to assist you in promoting your website! It does all the hard work for you -- for free!

SelfPromotion.com has been providing the basic facts about website promotion for over a decade. Here you will find all the information you need, plus some nifty automatic submission tools that will help you get the job done quicklyefficiently, and most of all, properly! If you invest a little time into reading and using this resource, you'll not only do a much better job of promoting your site, but save yourself a lot of time and effort in the process -- not to mention, you'll avoid the costly traps that most newbie webmasters fall into. age, which will introduce you to the basics of site promotion.

Then, when you're ready to start promoting your site, use the Create New Account form (just below this text on the right-hand side) to get started registering your site around the Net! 

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First time here? Before you begin, you might want to read the
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   Secret Net Tools
To give you a taste of how cool the Secret Net Tools are (you have to contribute to get access to all of them), I've enabled your access to several of the simpler ones. Enjoy!

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Google (my favorite search engine)

   Getting Started
Getting Started:
Welcome (Home Page)
Site Help
Site FAQ
Site Map
List of Sites
Create New Account

Tutorials: (read in this order)
Preparing your Pages for the Search Engines
Using Tooter to submit your site
Getting listed in Yahoo (and the other big indexes)
Paying for Traffic
Improving your Search Engine Rankings
How to (not) win Awards

Articles:
Trends in Submission
Virtual Vexation
The 500 Sites Fallacy
Page 1 Paranoia
Clickthrough Conundrums
SpamSpamSpam
The Gullibility Virus
A Marketing Course that Works?!
Accepting Credit Cards Online
Links of Interest
Glossary of Useful Terms
Random Nonsense
Woodhead's Law
Cool Domain Names
Why I let you decide how much to pay

Moral obligations?
Be Supportive!
Add your Award or Index
Make Money Slow! (by linking to me)
Suggestion Box
Advertising & Sponsorship

About the Site:
How it works
Promotion Monitor
Our Awards
Best User Sites
User Comments

Believe it or not, 11.13% of the people who use SelfPromotion.com support the site!

How to properly promote your site

Site promotion is really not that difficult. It just takes a little bit of effort, a little bit of thought, and a fair amount of patience. It is crucial to understand that site promotion is a long-term, low-intensity effort. You can get into the search engines in days to weeks these days, but it can take years to develop a site that gets top rankings. So don't be overwhelmed by all the tutorials and tips on this site; you don't have to do all of this overnight. The #1 mistake people make is rushing! Take your time, slow down, read the articles, think about how they apply to your website, and then proceed. Many people have told me that they print out my pages and keep them in the bathroom, of all places! 

Here's a summary of my "12 step" program: 

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If you're selling something, make sure you're selling the right thing. The internet is a great tool for selling things, but there's a big gotcha. If you're trying to sell something that lots of other people are also trying to sell, you're facing competition two ways; first, it's going to be a lot harder to get noticed on the search engines, and second, the competition is going to eat away at the profits. 

The real secret to making money on the net is to sell something that nobody else is selling. Even if the market is tiny and obscure, if you're the only maker, the net will bring you and your customers together. If you sell cowboy boots, you might have problems getting noticed, but if you specialize in cowboy boots for people with six toes, you'll make money. My favorite joke example of a niche is “hand tools for left-handed lesbians”. If you google for that, many of the pages are blog articles referring to my article that used this as an example (the rest are spam; even spammers think it's a funny phrase). 

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Hello. I've learned a bit in the past three years from working on this website.

When it comes to search engine submission, I have submitted my site to Google and when it was approved,  it was shown on Google.  No cost at all.  And the other search engines picked up the pages and presented them also.  However,  I did submit my URL (site address) to ASK.com, Yahoo, and Bing at times, individually. They then, show the results of a search for my website's name, showing the most up to date pages. I'll try and link the best information I can find, on this page, as I do on other topics.  Oh... I'm also deleting from this page, any businesses that charge for submission because at this time, I wouldn't be able to personally recommend any. I'll see what I can find and share it with you. I'm very happy being a part of the Google Webmaster process. They are very helpful and it seems that they'd provide any answer or help that I may need.  The submission of your site to Yahoo, Bing, MSN and Ask are also at no cost.  I have my site earing Google AdSense as well.

 

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"...Paying to submit to search engines isn't a bad idea if it's a realistic option for your budget. Many paid submission services allow for easier and faster inclusion in search directories. Free submission isn't difficult, but it can take weeks to over a month for your URL to appear in search results as each engine will have to verify the URL. Paid sites can cut this time down to days or hours. Just be aware that not all of these services are worth their expense..."  see this article at the bottom of the page
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  • Paying to submit to search engines isn't a bad idea if it's a realistic option for your budget. Many paid submission services allow for easier and faster inclusion in search directories. Free submission isn't difficult, but it can take weeks to over a month for your URL to appear in search results as each engine will have to verify the URL. Paid sites can cut this time down to days or hours. Just be aware that not all of these services are worth their expense. "

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