How can I submit my Hubs to ask.com? Also how can I create a sitemap on blogger to submit a sitemap to ask.com
I have checked the ask.com page about a month ago when I was submitting my website to various search engines. By that time I found that there is no service like site submission to ask.com. Ask.com will index your website (or your hubs) automatically.
Is it really worth your time submitting to all these search engines? If your article is what people are looking for the search engines will find it.
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