Search Engine Optimization F.A.Q.

  1. Do I need Search Engine Optimization?
    Search engine optimization is simply the practice of making your website or blog more accessible to both search engines and search engine users; in other words, you're making it easier for them to find you.
  2. What is a meta tag?
    The Meta Tag description is used by some searchengines as a summary of what your website is about. Put your keywords and key phrases here and make sure that they are present on the page as well. You should not use more than 200 characters in your META description.
  3. How long does it take for the search engines to list my site?
    It is entirely up to each search engine or directory. A few search engines index a site almost immediately, some search engines can take 6 to 12 weeks or longer and some may fail to list your site.
  4. Will I receive spam after my site is submitted?
    Some of the search engines and directories sends out a confirmation email. You may also be added to their newsletter. We recommend that you use an alternative email account for the submission.
  5. Will you submit my site to all search engines in your list?
    Your website will be added to all the engines on the list that match your profile. Some engines are restricted to certain countries or parts of the world. Note that not all submissions will be successful. Search engines and directories are sometimes unable to accept a submission due to downtime, upgradings of their system or some other reason.
  6. Do you provide a submission report?
    Yes, a submission report in HTML format will be sent to you via email, within 4 to 5 business days after we have received your order. This lets you know where you were successfully submitted, and what sites your website was not submitted to.
  7. Do you guarantee inclusion and top ranking on the search engines?
    Each search engine has it's own technique when they rank pages so it is not possible for any company to guarantee that. We will submit your site to the search engines and directories but after that it is is entirely up to each search engine or directory to decide if they accept the site or not.
SEO: Search engine optimization is the process of improving the volume or quality of traffic to a web site from search engines via "natural" or un-paid ("organic" or "algorithmic") search results as opposed to search engine marketing (SEM) which deals with paid inclusion.