Do search engine submissions drive traffic?
Does anyone use search engine submission of url to gain more traffic? If so, have they been successful?
If you are using blogger or hubpages for article publishing no need to go for search engine submission. It is useful when you own a website and make search engines to index your site.
I think search engine submissions can add the speed that it index your site
I have noticed that if you Tweet something on Twitter (e.g. page URL) you are very likely to have it scanned within a few hours and show up in the google search engine but only for the URL and not the content
by Sarah Buckhannon4 years ago
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by LucidDreams8 months ago
They are just driving home the point that user experience and quality is point one!http://www.eddale.co/google/beware-google-bearing-gifts
by Oyewole Folarin6 years ago
I noticed that 98% of my hub organic traffic is from google, why not from other search engines, specifically yahoo search engine and bing?
by David 4707 years ago
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by ReefAdvise5 years ago
How to drive in more search engine traffic, and traffic overall
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