These days, getting your website "found" and indexed by the
search engines is something of a no-brainer. In times past,
webmasters spent hours (and dollars) submitting their sites
to every search engine they could find, with mixed results
at best. But now all we have to do to get a site indexed in
Google, Bing and the other top search engines is get a
decent inbound link or two from a site that is already
indexed. And as always, the more links the better.
Part 13 - Getting "found" by the search engines
If possible, try to get at least one link to your site from
the home page of a site that is crawled by the search
engine spiders daily. If you can manage to do that, your
site will probably be crawled and indexed itself within a
day or two. But even if you can't get a link that "good",
links anywhere on a few already indexed sites will do the
trick (although it will likely take a few extra days).
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