Search Engine Savvy

You know the first step to getting your web site noticed is to ensure that search engines pick it up, right? But anyone who has tediously signed up their site directly with search engines (read one by one)knows that this is a process that could drive even the most patient person over the ledge!

The good news is that there is a solution. The better news is it's inexpensive to register your site with multiple search engines at the same time!

A new service provided by NetMechanic boils the grind down to a manageable task. By using the site's EngineStarter, you can submit your site's URL to 100 different search engines for only $9.95.

If you want to cover a few bases at the very low cost of free, you can utilize Inc. Magazine's site to submit to 12 search engines.

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