List of Free Search Engine Submission Areas

directory and search engine submission areas - all free!

Once your site is optimized we can submit it to the search engines and directories below. Use the links below to do all your submitting yourself if you like, it's very easy! The links take you directly to the submit area of each search engine and all you do is put in your Web site address (URL) and E-mail address. We advise you that if you choose to do this yourself you should create yourself an E-mail to use just for submitting. In some cases you are asked for an E-mail address in order to register your site. This might be a generator of spam - so be safe! A good tip to combat this is to use a Hotmail, GMail or Yahoo! E-mail account to keep spam out of your business E-mail box.

To submit your site to directories, simply navigate through the directory, as if you were looking for your site, to find the category that would best fit what your service/product is. Once you find the category you want your site in, click on the add your URL link and follow the directions to submit your site for consideration (meaning there is NO guarantee they will list you!

List of Free Search Engines

All the Web (FAST)
Alta Vista
Entire Web
Gimpsy
Google
Jayde
National Directory
Scrub the Web

*** as the weeks go by more and more search engines are becoming nonexistent, bought, sold or useless. we will do our best to update this list as often as we can however we can not be responsible for its validity. thank you to those of you that E-mail us to report bad links or vanished search engines. LAST UPDATE 3/13/2012

List of Free Directories

Navigate through the directory, as if you were looking for your site, to find the category that would best fit what your service/product is. Once you find the category you want your site in, click on the add your URL link. Follow the directions to submit your site for consideration (meaning there is NO guarantee they will list you!)


AbiLogic
Amray
About
Directory Pages

DMOZ
MixCat
Skaffe
Surf Safely



Don't Spam

Any "trick" or practice you are having to go out of your way in order to achieve a higher ranking in the search engines is probably a spam tactic. When in doubt, ask yourself "will this practice benefit my users in anyway?" If the answer is no, then you're probably spamming. Example: Hidden text does not help your users in ANY way, they can't even see it! Usually the driving force behind such a practice is the hopes of ranking high in the search engines.

The following are considered spam tactics:



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