‘Register a website with search engines’ is the same as submitting the website to the search engines. According to Google Adwords, the phrase ‘register website search’ is searched almost 4000 times every month. Most of these searches are conducted by people who are new to website creation and do not know to register website names with search engines. Most people register URLs of their websites using automated tools but this work can be done individually.
Why Register a Website with Search Engines
There can be various reasons why one would want to register a website with search engines. The first and foremost target of every website or blog that exists on the world wide web is to obtain more page views or indirectly more traffic. Submitting the website to a search engine helps the search engine better index the webpages of the website.
A search engine first indexes the webpages of a website then starts ranking them according to the metadata and keywords present in the webpage. Mere submitting the URL to search engines does not mean that the respective webpage will start ranking high in the search results.
When a website is registered with the search engines, or in other words, the URL has been submitted, the search engine instructs its crawlers (tools used by search engines to analyze webpages) to analyze the submitted URL. Most website owners keep submitting their URL to search engines to allow them to crawl through their websites.
Many websites on the internet rely on high traffic from search engines to make a profit. It is a very well known fact that a website gaining high traffic from search engines is considered more reliable and authentic as it has been verified and tested by the most rigorous algorithms.
Registering a website allows search engines to constantly visit the webpages every time a new page is added to the website. The website owner can do the necessary SEO (Search Engine Optimization) and leave the rest to the search engine to rank the webpage in its directories.
One thing to keep in mind is that continuous submitting of the same URL to the same search engine is considered spamming and may result in blacklisting of the website by that particular search engine. To submit a URL maximum two times in a month to a search engine.
How to Register a Website with Search Engines
Most professionals use some of the other automatic tools that help them submit the URL to several search engines and web directories without them having to separately submit the site everywhere individually.
People who do not wish to spend money on automated tools can submit the URL individually to different search engines. Search engine giants like Google and Yahoo have separate links to help individual users submit the URLs.
To submit a URL to Google, open the webpage, Add your URL to Google. To register a website with search engine Yahoo, open the webpage Yahoo Site Explorer. Similarly, Bing also provides a URL submission page at the submit site page.
The principal objective of registering websites with search engines is to gain more traffic through them. This small tip can help website owners gain more traffic and make a better business out of them. The main point to remember is that search engines provide genuine traffic; traffic that really wants something out of the website. The more genuine the traffic more is the probability of the success of the website.