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Once your website is online you'll want to increase your traffic by submitting your website for inclusion in the search engines. This process takes some patience, but it will be worth it down the road. Although most of the search engine submission groups charge a fee, most have a small free section. You may have to look for the free link on their page, but it's there somewhere.

Search Engine Submission Groups

Although most of the search engine submission groups charge a fee, many have a small free section. You may have to look for the free link on their page, but it's there somewhere.

Search Engine Submission Tips
Contains ideas and links to search engine submission pages.

AddMe
They will add you to the top 14 search engines; watch for ads and fees

AddPro
They will add you to 20+ search engines; watch for ads and fees

Individual Submissions

You can also submit your website on your own by going directly to the search engines. Yahoo and Google should be your first stops. Keep in mind that submitting your website for inclusion is different than paid advertising. You'll probably just want to register your website so it can be found by the search engine.

You can also submit your website on your own by going directly to the search engines. Yahoo: Suggest a Site and Google: Suggest a Site should be your first stops.

Go to the Google Business Solutions page for more information on the services Google offers - many for FREE! You may wish use the Google Custom Search Engine.

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