perfectowebWeb design & programming studio
Submit A Site To Search Engines
We have gathered registration addresses for the most popular search engines.
There is no need looking for ways to add the website to each search engine separately. Below, you can see the list of the popular search engines, and, by clicking the logo of any of them, you get right to the page of adding your website onto there.

Submit A Site To Search Engines

How To Submit A Site To Search Engines

Add your website to the Google search engine. Click the links below and get how to submit your website to the Google, Yahoo, Bing and other search engine and help it show up in the top results.
SEO stands for search engine optimization, which is the process of getting your website to show up naturally on search engines results without having to pay for it.

What You’ll Need Before Submitting

First, you’ll need access to edit your website. Some people may refute this and claim backend web access is not necessary to submit a website to search engines. Well, they’re right. However, there are some cases where you’ll need access to a website’s backend. Whether you’re building a new website or simply adding new content, knowing the ins and outs of indexation is key.

How to Submit an Entire Website

  1. Create a Sitemap Index with Categorized Sitemaps
    When managing the indexation for an entire website, it’s important to know how to manage it at scale. Having an optimized sitemap can help make this process much easier for webmasters, and most importantly search engines. When we refer to a sitemap here, I’m referring to an XML file, not an HTML sitemap. Also, we recommend to create script to update sitemap everyday.
  2. Optimize Your Robots.txt
    So you’ve created and optimized your sitemap. What does a robots.txt file have to do with this? Well, there are few simple steps to make sure that search engines are able to crawl and index your website.
    User Agent: *
    Disallow: /
    Double Check Disallow Directives. That simple two lines of text will block all major search engines from crawling your website. You’d be surprised how often web developers don’t check for this when launching websites.
  3. Submit Sitemap to Google, Yandex & others

Choose language