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Old 20th November 2006, 23:50
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does anybody know about a tool whichs add & updates all costumer domains / subdomains & sites on google / yahoo or any search machine?

would be cool ;-)

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Old 21st November 2006, 16:02
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I think it's better to do it manually. Search engines don't like these automatic submission tools at all, and most of these tools need updates to work...
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hmm I think you're right, but anyway ... think if you have 50 costumers ... that means a lot of manual work ;-/

don't you have a clue or a name of such a tool which is able to do that? or any other solution .. I red some things about robots, spiders, google bots etc. ...


Thx for helping ;-)

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Wouldn't it be up to the consumers to care for their ranking (if at all)?
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This should really be done manually. Most of these submission tools are crap, and search engines don't like them.
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Wouldn't it be up to the consumers to care for their ranking (if at all)?
Yes, and it's called SEO (search engine optimizing)
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hmm I guess you're all right - but wouldn't it sound good to tell costumers " if you come to us your website would be automatically added on google?

and it is manual work which a tool also could do?!

Why do search engines not like such tools?



Thx for your advice

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Old 30th November 2006, 15:28
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Why do search engines not like such tools?
Because they are used by spammers.
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I see - no success ;-) - so I think I really have to do this manual

thx anyway ;-)


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I think instead of auto-submitting it would be better to make a howto on where you say where people can submit to what search engines and how they can "optimize" their site for the SEO -> just giving the most essential things that need to be looked at... I guess that's a better approach...

From from the point of marketing I see that the statement "We will automatic submit your website to all major search engines" is a catcher...

But how about "other ISPs submit your site automatically to the major search engines - We DON'T do this as this is not good..."
The list reasons of why auto-submissions are bad and finally (maybe for customers only) the howto on how to do it better...
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