Now you've got a website... what do you do? Tips on promoting your site. .

Promoting Your Site Promoting your site is as important as getting a site to start with. What good is having a site if no one can find it? There are many misconceptions when it comes to search engines, directories and web crawlers. The first thing to remember is web traffic does not come automatically to your site once it is up and running. The search tools must crawl your site in order to list it in their indexes. Each search engine or directory had its own criteria for listing a website and also its own time period that this takes. Some can do it as fast as a week while others may take several months. They not only vary from search engine to search engine but also from day to day. There is no guarantee that they will list it at all but generally they do as the larger their index is, the more people will use their engines.

We attempt to help them along by submitting your website to the top search engines and directories using special software. This gives them the information on your site without having to come look for it. Once it is submitted, there is still a period when each one has to visit the site to rate its content and know where to index it.

What you can do is also important. Yes, there are things you can do to help spread the word! Be sure to put your web address ( on all of your advertising. If you have business cards and don't want to reorder yet, print the domain on small address labels and affix them to the back. Print the website address on invoices. Add your web address in the signature of all outgoing emails you send. Put your address in all directories that you may come across on the Internet that have to do with your business. Also, tell everyone you know. Word of mouth is still a great way to become known.

The longer your site is out in the cyber world, the more it will be seen by potential customers. We do everything possible to get your site found as quickly as possible. We know time is money.


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