|multiple url software|
| 6:22 pm on Jan 9, 2003 (gmt 0)|
I have a client who has 750 domains which are all related to the oil field industry , but each seperate domain has unique content, so this is not a domain spamming issue. I would like to know if anyone knows a piece of submission software that will allow me to enter in the domain names and it will take the submitting from there? Doing this task by hand would be dreadful!
Thanks in advance
| 7:45 pm on Jan 9, 2003 (gmt 0)|
Most of the major search engines will crawl sites - if they have in bound links, especially from dmoz, yahoo, etc.
So for 'submitting them' I wouldn't worry about it - I haven't actually 'submitted' a page to a search engine in more than a year.
However, others may have different insight for you.
Welcome to WebmasterWorld, congrats on your 1st post.
| 2:42 pm on Jan 21, 2003 (gmt 0)|
Jeremy, people have told me that if you don't submit regularly, you drop lower in the ratings.
Have these people perhaps been BS'ing me all this time?
| 3:11 pm on Jan 21, 2003 (gmt 0)|
Multiple submissions are indeed a waste of time.
It wouldn't surprise me if someone out there were to recommend sacrificing chickens as part of an SEO program. And making money at it, too.
(No slur intended to practitioners of Santeria)
| 4:12 pm on Jan 21, 2003 (gmt 0)|
Thanks for your comments. I appreciate all the advice I can get, being new to all this.
If I can just appear to be totally stupid at this point, and ask the following direct question.....
Are you saying that it is only necessary to submit a given site once, for all time (or at least for a long time), and that NOT bothering to resubmit regularly will NOT mean slipping down the rankings, as others who DO submit reguarly overtake you?
Sorry to be so insistant on clarifying this, but it goes so completley against everything else I have read so far. As a newcomer it's hard to know who to trust when thirty people are telling you to submit monthly, and then someone comes along and says it makes no difference to 'dropping out' of the index, or your ranking or anything else.
This has turned my (very newly developing) world of SEO learning completely on its head!
Thanks again though.