I just found a site that allows you to submit your url to a bunch of different search engines. I did it, and hope it helps, but I am wondering, who is using all these different engines? I guess I thought Google, Yahoo and Bing pretty much had it tied up. I wonder what the purpose other ones, are?
The other ones are not any different than the major ones. They deliver, albeit little traffic, but traffic to your hubs.
Getting traffic from all or as many places as possible is a good thing.
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