I found this webite a couple of weeks ago. I'm still relatively new and I'm sure most of you know about it already. However, for those who don't, it allows you to submit your URL to 50 different search engines. It is time consuming to do, but I have seen a slow growth in the traffic to my site over the last week.
I didn't do the ones with reciprocal links, etc., because I don't understand all that, but only two or
three require that. Most simply ask for URL. I'm pasting site url below. Hope it helps someone!
Most of those search engines crawl Hubpages regularly anyway - so they're automatically submitted. You're just making more work for yourself!
by west407 years ago
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by mkagdchcetdy8 years ago
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by lisabeaman6 years ago
Can you help me understand the cautions regarding reciprocal links?For example, is it a bad idea to add a link to my twitter account from my HubPages profile and then tweet about new hubs linking them back to HubPages?...
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