This is the link for Submitting your Sites,blogs or Hubs to Cuil
http://www.cuil.com/info/contact_us/fee … crawl%20me
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Chances are your Hub, blogspot/blogger/thumblogger/wordpress/livejournal have already been crawled by this service. Asking to be crawled would be redundant.
No it won't be.
Most search engines Have Forms to submit Links for crawling.
It is best to give them the Link at least Once, so that they will crawl and decide whether to Index it or Not.
If people do not provide links, it will take more time than Usual.
Why Take chances, when Millions of Sites are there in Internet...and we could be left out or unnoticed if we don't request them to Crawl.
Here is the thing.
Free blog sites, free article sites like hubpages and squidoo, helium and qassia, these sites all have their own alexa ranking and place in google/yahoo/lycos search.
Anything a person does as a member of these sites WILL be crawled. Why? Because free blog sites, hubpages, squidoo, helium and others are all VERY VERY popular and receive high levels of traffic - meaning it benefits a search engine more to just go ahead and crawl the pages than to wait for the members of these high profile websites to ask to be crawled.
Thank you for this information, gamergirl. I didn't realize before now that Hub Pages is indexed in this way. I thought most traffic was from hub-members and THEN one had to do a little work to submit to search engines to get additional traffic.
May be you are Right Game girl.
We can wait for more responses from Other Members also
Gamergirl is right. Search engine spiders love busy sites like forums, blogs, authority sites like hubpages, squidoo, qassia etc. and will keep coming back to index content.
There is no need to submit your hub to any search engine. It would make more sense to submit to other social networking sites like digg, mixx, blogatiser etc so that you get a higher ranking just from the backlinks these sites provide. Submitting your url to a search engine is not only redundant, it is an unnecessary waste of time.
She's right, except sometimes it can take a LONG time to have newly posted stuff crawled, which in that case manually listing them can help. I've heard of it taking weeks to have a new hub crawled, but usually that depends on the topic I'd assume. I think the longest I've gone is a little over a week, but I can't remember what the topic was. I manually submitted it to Google and had traffic in days.
Good What about your google analytics reports regarding cuil?
Submitting a website link is not really regarded highly anymore even if the option is still there, emerging trends in social bookmarking and blogging platforms have almost phased this out of existence, but however a little helping hand from any and every back link strategy could be what the search engine doctor orders.
I think blogdigz and dingdong are of the SAME opinion? what do you think?
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