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Spain - España
Fact sheet [odci.gov]
Domain(s): es
Online population: 5,4 million (13,7%) (1Q/2001)
Native language(s): Castilian Spanish, Catalan, Galician, Basque
Understanding of English: ?
Hosts in domain: 450.200 (April 2001)
Pages in language: 15,94 million (April 2001, all domains)
Pages in domain 3,8 million (April 2001, all languages)
Local presence required for domain registration: Yes
Multiple domains allowed: No
Professional help: See bottom of page

Known general search engines:

Excite [excite.es]
Language interface: Spanish Traffic volume: ? Local language(s) required: Yes Local domain(s) only: No Search technology: ? Meta description used in search replies: From web search only, not from directory.
Things that help ranking: Local language: ? Local domain: ? Keyword in URL: ? Keyword in title: ? Keyword in description: ? Keyword in meta keywords: ? Keyword in header: ? Keyword in 1st paragraph: ? Other: First results taken from directory db or own channels and listed according to recommendation in Excite current guidelines. Secondary results from Excite main db, but only pages in Spanish.

Jumpy [jumpy.es]
Language interface: Italian Traffic volume: ? Local language(s) required: ? Local domain(s) only: ? Search technology: Google Meta description used in search replies: ?
Things that help ranking: Local language: ? Local domain: ? Keyword in URL: ? Keyword in title: ? Keyword in description: ? Keyword in meta keywords: ? Keyword in header: ? Keyword in 1st paragraph: ? Other: Uses Google's global index.


Lycos [es.lycos.de]
Language interface: Spanish Traffic volume: ? Local language(s) required: ? Local domain(s) only: ? Search technology: ? Meta description used in search replies: ?
Things that help ranking: Local language: ? Local domain: ? Keyword in URL: ? Keyword in title: ? Keyword in description: ? Keyword in meta keywords: ? Keyword in header: ? Keyword in 1st paragraph: ? Other: ?

Señas [trovator.com]
Language interface: Spanish Traffic volume: ? Local language(s) required: ? Local domain(s) only: ? Search technology: ? Meta description used in search replies: ?
Things that help ranking: Local language: ? Local domain: ? Keyword in URL: ? Keyword in title: ? Keyword in description: ? Keyword in meta keywords: ? Keyword in header: ? Keyword in 1st paragraph: ? Other: ?

Ugabula [ugabula.com]
Language interface: Spanish, English Traffic volume: ? Local language(s) required: ? Local domain(s) only: ? Search technology: ? Meta description used in search replies: ?
Things that help ranking: Local language: ? Local domain: ? Keyword in URL: ? Keyword in title: ? Keyword in description: ? Keyword in meta keywords: ? Keyword in header: ? Keyword in 1st paragraph: ? Other: ?

Voila [es.voila.com]
Language interface: Spanish Traffic volume: ? Local language(s) required: ? Local domain(s) only: ? Search technology: ? Meta description used in search replies: ?
Things that help ranking: Local language: ? Local domain: ? Keyword in URL: ? Keyword in title: ? Keyword in description: ? Keyword in meta keywords: ? Keyword in header: ? Keyword in 1st paragraph: ? Other: ?

Known nationwide general directories:

Apali [apali.com]
Language interface: Spanish Traffic volume: ? Local language(s) required: ? Local domain(s) only: ? No. of categories allowed per site: ? Search method: ?
Things that help ranking: Local language: ? Local domain: ? Keyword in URL: ? Keyword in title: ? Keyword in description: ? Other: ?

Biwe [biwe.es]
Language interface: Spanish Traffic volume: ? Local language(s) required: ? Local domain(s) only: ? No. of categories allowed per site: ? Search method: ?
Things that help ranking: Local language: ? Local domain: ? Keyword in URL: ? Keyword in title: ? Keyword in description: ? Other: ?

Elbuscador [elbuscador.com]
Language interface: Spanish Traffic volume: ? Local language(s) required: Must be main language on site Local domain(s) only: No No. of categories allowed per site: 1 Search method: ? Meta description used in search replies: ?
Things that help ranking: Local language: ? Local domain: ? Keyword in URL: ? Keyword in title: ? Keyword in description: ? Keyword in meta keywords: ? Keyword in header: ? Keyword in 1st paragraph: ? Other: ?

BUSCApique [buscapique.com]
Language interface: Spanish Traffic volume: ? Local language(s) required: ? Local domain(s) only: ? No. of categories allowed per site: ? Search method: ?
Things that help ranking: Local language: ? Local domain: ? Keyword in URL: ? Keyword in title: ? Keyword in description: ? Other: ?

Elcano [elcano.com]
Language interface: Spanish Traffic volume: ? Local language(s) required: ? Local domain(s) only: ? No. of categories allowed per site: ? Search method: ?
Things that help ranking: Local language: ? Local domain: ? Keyword in URL: ? Keyword in title: ? Keyword in description: ? Other: ?

Elindice [elindice.com]
Language interface: Spanish Traffic volume: ? Local language(s) required: ? Local domain(s) only: ? No. of categories allowed per site: ? Search method: ?
Things that help ranking: Local language: ? Local domain: ? Keyword in URL: ? Keyword in title: ? Keyword in description: ? Other: ?

Enlaweb [elbuscador.enlaweb.com]
Language interface: Spanish Traffic volume: ? Local language(s) required: ? Local domain(s) only: ? No. of categories allowed per site: ? Search method: ?
Things that help ranking: Local language: ? Local domain: ? Keyword in URL: ? Keyword in title: ? Keyword in description: ? Other: ?

Hispavista [hispavista.com]
Language interface: Spanish Traffic volume: ? Local language(s) required: ? Local domain(s) only: ? No. of categories allowed per site: ? Search method: Uses FAST.
Things that help ranking: Local language: ? Local domain: ? Keyword in URL: ? Keyword in title: ? Keyword in description: ? Other: ?

Indibil [webs.lleida.net]
Language interface: Spanish Traffic volume: ? Local language(s) required: ? Local domain(s) only: ? No. of categories allowed per site: ? Search method: ?
Things that help ranking: Local language: ? Local domain: ? Keyword in URL: ? Keyword in title: ? Keyword in description: ? Other: ?

La Lupa [lupa.net]
Language interface: Spanish Traffic volume: ? Local language(s) required: ? Local domain(s) only: ? No. of categories allowed per site: ? Search method: ?
Things that help ranking: Local language: ? Local domain: ? Keyword in URL: ? Keyword in title: ? Keyword in description: ? Other: ?

Jopinet [jopinet.com]
Language interface: Spanish Traffic volume: ? Local language(s) required: ? Local domain(s) only: ? No. of categories allowed per site: ? Search method: ?
Things that help ranking: Local language: ? Local domain: ? Keyword in URL: ? Keyword in title: ? Keyword in description: ? Other: ?

Ozú [ozu.es]
Language interface: Spanish Traffic volume: ? Local language(s) required: ? Local domain(s) only: ? Search technology: ? Meta description used in search replies: ?
Things that help ranking: Local language: ? Local domain: ? Keyword in URL: ? Keyword in title: ? Keyword in description: ? Keyword in meta keywords: ? Keyword in header: ? Keyword in 1st paragraph: ? Other: ?

SOL [sol.es]
Language interface: Spanish Traffic volume: ? Local language(s) required: ? Local domain(s) only: ? Search technology: ? Meta description used in search replies: ?
Things that help ranking: Local language: ? Local domain: ? Keyword in URL: ? Keyword in title: ? Keyword in description: ? Keyword in meta keywords: ? Keyword in header: ? Keyword in 1st paragraph: ? Other: ?

Telepolis [telepolis.com]
Language interface: Spanish Traffic volume: ? Local language(s) required: ? Local domain(s) only: ? No. of categories allowed per site: ? Search method: ?
Things that help ranking: Local language: ? Local domain: ? Keyword in URL: ? Keyword in title: ? Keyword in description: ? Other: ?

Terra España [buscador.terra.es]
Language interface: Spanish Traffic volume: ? Local language(s) required: ? Local domain(s) only: ? Search technology: Secondary results from Inktomi. Meta description used in search replies: ?
Things that help ranking: Local language: ? Local domain: ? Keyword in URL: ? Keyword in title: ? Keyword in description: ? Keyword in meta keywords: ? Keyword in header: ? Keyword in 1st paragraph: ? Other: ?

TodoWeb [buscador.todoesp.es]
Language interface: Castellan Traffic volume: ? Local language(s) required: ? Local domain(s) only: ? No. of categories allowed per site: ? Search method: ?
Things that help ranking: Local language: ? Local domain: ? Keyword in URL: ? Keyword in title: ? Keyword in description: ? Other: ?

Trovator [trovator.com]
Language interface: Spanish Traffic volume: ? Local language(s) required: ? Local domain(s) only: ? No. of categories allowed per site: ? Search method: ?
Things that help ranking: Local language: ? Local domain: ? Keyword in URL: ? Keyword in title: ? Keyword in description: ? Other: ?

Vindio [vindio.com]
Language interface: Spanish Traffic volume: ? Local language(s) required: ? Local domain(s) only: ? No. of categories allowed per site: ? Search method: ?
Things that help ranking: Local language: ? Local domain: ? Keyword in URL: ? Keyword in title: ? Keyword in description: ? Other: ?

Webindex [webindex.net]
Language interface: Spanish Traffic volume: ? Local language(s) required: ? Local domain(s) only: ? No. of categories allowed per site: ? Search method: ?
Things that help ranking: Local language: ? Local domain: ? Keyword in URL: ? Keyword in title: ? Keyword in description: ? Other: ?

Yahoo! [es.yahoo.com]
Language interface: Spanish Traffic volume: ? Local language(s) required: ? Local domain(s) only: ? No. of categories allowed per site: ? Search method: ?
Things that help ranking: Local language: ? Local domain: ? Keyword in URL: ? Keyword in title: ? Keyword in description: ? Other: ?

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Hi all:

A few general notes from my knowledge:

- Spaniards not only use Spaniard SEs, but also other (mainly Latinamerican) Spanish written indexes. It could be useful to work all of them.
- Most of Spanish indexes are directories and only accept sites in this language.
- For most of directories, it'll be enough to have just one gateway homepage translated into Spanish. But this is changing, specially with the majors.
- Automatic (by software) translation doesn't work.
- Most used SEs in the Spanish-speaking online world appear to still be Altavista and Yahoo! (their main sites, in English).
- Terra have acquired Lycos and both companies are merging by the end of October. Some changes are expected in their systems.
- Terra España main database is shared with other Terra regional versions. It also shows alternative results from Inktomi if no matches were found in the directory db.
- Yahoo! España shares its main database with its other Spanish versions (Yahoo! en Español, Yahoo! México and Yahoo! Argentina). You should submit to one of them and your listing (if accepted) will be in all. There's no a payed Express Submission program available.

Hope it helps

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Donde? at [donde.uji.es...] doens't work any more.
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Welcome to WebmasterWorld tiempos! Great info, thanks! I'll take Dondé off tonight or tomorrow.

About .ar search engines: I see that there is quite a lot of them. I guess the ones that the Spaniards would prefer would be the ones with general content in Spanish, rather than the ones that only provide info on Argentinian sites. Do you know which that might be, so I could list them. All of .ar is going to be a bit much I'm afraid.?

The Terra-Lycos merger is very interesting, particularly in view of the expansion plans at Lycos and their buying 5% of Fast Search. But is Lycos Europe part of this? Their main owners are listed as Lycos Inc, German and Swedish outfits. Terra is a major telephone company in Spain, is that right? And would it be correct to assume that they are one of the big SE players in Spain?

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Thanks, rencke!

Generally, all the Hispanic online population (Spaniards and Latin-American) prefer the ones with general content in Spanish.

There is a little "chaos" in the Spanish indexes world. So many indexes for only a few million surfers.
In the first days there were only a few sites in this language. So the directories listed any Spanish written site, no matter what country it was related to. When Hispanic people searched for info in their language, they went to any of these indexes. There are still many of them, and one (Terra) become a major player (as you exactly assume) in the whole Spanish world and not only in Spain. Other important players in Spain are Telepolis, Biwe, Hispavista and of course Yahoo! España, and all of them lists sites from any country.

Beyond all those indexes, there are many more which only lists sites related to their country of origin. Not only Argentinean, but also Mexican, Chilean, etc... Some of them are important for their country audience: Ozú and ElIndice in Spain, as example.

I don't think it is useful to list all of these SEs, many don't worth a deep job. You can see a list I've published by country at my site [tiemposmejores.com.ar...]
It was compiled based in data collected by myself, there aren't much independent statistics about all this matter. This could change shortly, MediaMetrix (and maybe others) is beginning to work in Spain, and next year in LatAm.

Ref. Terra-Lycos: It isn't sure that Lycos Europe will be part of the merger, but it's possible. When they announced the deal a couple of months ago, one of Lycos Europe main owners, Bertelsmann (a German company, if I'm not wrong), said they were interested in participate.

Terra is owned by Telefonica, which is the major Spain teleco as you say. They enter in this game acquiring Olé more than a year ago. Olé was the major Spanish directory then. Telefonica is also a big teleco in many LatAm countries, and they expanded into Latinamerica with the same tactic: buying a few established local directories to build their local versions of Terra. They have three main databases: Terra Argentina, Terra México (lists only Mexican sites) and Terra España, which is shared for most of all the other Terra versions.

Spanish Lycos is (in fact, are) a little more complex: in results they first list sites from their directories (one for each country version) and then results provided by Fast. Not all the local directories are active and I presume this will change with the merger. They are really wasting resources with so many databases.
Lycos by itself is not a very important player in the Spanish online world.

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Excellent info, tiempo! Muchas gracias. I will be updating the main entry above with your information later today.

Do you have anything about requirements for listing and/or indexing sites and ranking for these engines, that you can share with us?

Also: Thank you for the "ñ" in your post. I knew I had misspelled España in the title, but couldn't figure out how to get the letter onto the board. Now corrected and the Spaniards can now see the correct name for their country.

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yes, the german company Bertelsmann (the largest media-company in the world...!) want to have a partnership with terra for their plans to go on the spanish market(s). Bertelsmann owns 27% of Lycos Europe and 50% of AOL.

I also noticed that nearly all spanish SEs are directories, and they show alternative results (if they do at all) from different global players:
·Inktomi
·Altavista
·Lycos
·Infoseek (Go.com)
·Google
It´s exciting because you can submit your Spanish Sites to the international SEs, and it could help to increase your traffic though you aren´t in directories.

It´s very interesting to read that many spanish people use english-based SEs. I thought it would be like in Germany (where the most didn´t use others than german SEs).

Thanks for the good informations, I am looking forward to the rest ones...;-)

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>I also noticed that nearly all spanish SEs are directories, and they show alternative results (if they do at all) from different global players:

If you could give me that info on a per engine basis, I would be happy to update the main chart above with that info.

Bertelsmann 27% of Lycos. Interesting. There is a story in Swedish Newspapers today that Spray is obliged to buy Lycos Europe shares up to 19% over the next two years. And there are other European owners as well. I wonder: Perhaps Lycos Europe should be vewed as a European company, having some sort of franchise from an American corporation (much like McDonalds restaurants and Holiday Inns) ?

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Elbuscador (it's a directory, not a se)
Language interface: Spanish
Local language(s) required: Spanish must be the main language in the site
Local domain(s) only: not required
No. of categories allowed per site: 1
Search method: ?
Things that help ranking:
Local language: required
Local domain: no
Keyword in URL: no
Keyword in title: ?
Keyword in description: ?
Keyword in keywords fields (not shown in results)

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Excite
Language interface: Spanish
Traffic volume: ?
Local language(s) required: yes
Local domain(s) only: not required
Search technology: ?
Meta description used in search replies: Not in results from directory, Yes in results from the web
Things that help ranking: First results are taken from their directory db or their own channels and listed as recommended. Below them, come results from Excite main db, but only those sites in Spanish. To rank better, follow Excite current guidelines.
Local language: required
Local domain: not required

Ozú, Sol, Telépolis, Terra and Trovator are also directories.
Señas is a search engine owned by Trovator.

rencke: try "Alt+164" to get the "ñ"

oLeon: you generally could expect more than 60% of your Spanish search engine traffic coming from Altavista and Yahoo! (the main and/or their Spanish versions).

I'll be back later :)

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Great, tiempos! I will update the list with your info during the weekend. (Off to two day conference with gurus and SE:s right here in Stockholm. (And so is oLeon, I think.)
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unfortunatly, can´t find my great list about the searchengines in Spain and latinamerica...****

what I know:
terra.es (directory) uses Inktomi (as alternative results),
hispavista.es uses FAST -

might be, that I found my list, I will send it to you immediately, rencke.

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Tiempos: I have now updated the chart with your information. I hope I got it right.
Re Alt+164: Real hombres don't read manuals! Shame on you! ;)

oLeon: Looking forward to your list. Is Hispavista a directory or a search engine?

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The main entry for Spain has been updated with the portal Jumpy, using Google's global index.
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sorry, rencke, that I didn´t find my list yet...

hispavista.es is a directory, that uses FAST as alternative results

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A question about the spanish Lycos-network:

untill today we only want to submit to www.lycos.es, because we think the pages would come into he same db as the rest of the lycos.network.
But now I am really not sure about that:
are all spanish-lycos using the same db or shall we submit to every single lycos-searchengine (argentina, spain ...)?

Also I am curios about, whether it´s right, that the lycos-spain, -mexico ... all only accept submits to their directories? I only got addurl-pages to directories, and now I am not sure anymore, if I can submit to the "normal" index at all.

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The holiday season is over and it is time to get to work on this. I have no idea about the answer to your question oLeon, but am still hoping that some helpful hispanic member will turn out and help us out here. Or perhaps they are still checking out their Christmas gifts? I just learned that Twelfth Night is the big day in Spain. It is called Reyes (Kings) and that's when you get your presents.
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How does one submit to terra.es?
I drill down to a category and see nothing to click to submit a site.
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Welcome to WebmasterWorld, firstmark. I hope you will like our "University of search engine optimization".

To register in Terra's directory go to
[buscador.terra.es...] and navigate to the directory you want to be in. Then click on the tab "Darse del Alta" in the top row. If your Spanish is rusty, you might want to surf the site through:
[babelfish.altavista.com...] Set the list box to "Spanish to English" and enter the above url into the address field.

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Renke when I tried clicking Darse Del alta yesterday while within a category all I got was the help file again and again. Today I try it and I see the url field for submission as I should.
I notice today if you aren't within a category you get the help file when you click darse del alta. I got the help file under darse del alta while within categories yesterday.
I believe yesterday the submit url thing may have been down or I may have mistook something for a category to submit to that really wasn't.

Anyway how quickly does terra add submitted sites, or review them?

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The overview of Spain has now been updated with new statistics reflecting a rapid growth in the online population and the number of pages in the Spanish language.
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Spanish telephon company Telefonica claims 7 Million citizens have internet acess from home by now - rapid growth!
In comparison with other western european countries though a small number. Why is that? Is internet access still too expensive?

Another thing: Does anybody have usage figures for spanish Google?

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Just a couple of things. First we must included Ya.com as a Directory
second; most popular S.E's and Directories in Spain. Data from EGM Sept 2001(an Spanish ABC look-a-like)

1.- terra.es 2.8 million unique users
2.- yahoo.es 2.4 million unique users
3.- altavista.es 830 thousand unique users
4.- lycos.es 637 thousand unique users
5.- eresmas.com 469 thousand unique users
6.- ya.com 376 thousand unique users
7.- Google.com/int/es/ 361 thousand unique users
8.- Navegalia.com 311 thousand unique users
9.- msn.es 275 thousand unique users
10.- Wanadoo.es 263 thousand unique users

This 10 Search Properties attrach the 90% of the Total Spanish users

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Hello bocazas
Thanks for the info. Couldn´t find those figures on the web: EGM? Could you give us a link?

And what about terra.es - I´m trying since yesterday to perform a search - it doesn´t work. Would expect them to use Fast, but buscador.terra.es tries to jump to the ink.db?

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Hi heini

There are different sources to find out information about Spanish S.E's. For me the best is AUI.es (Internet Users Asociation), plenty of links with the main spanish info sites.

Terra.es is a directory with secondary results provided by Inktomi

Terra.com gets reesults from looksmart.com and Inktomi (secundary)

The main directory who runs Fast's technology is Ya.com (owned by T-online)

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Hi bocazas

A BIG welcome in the European Forum :)
Thanks for sharing your findings.

I took a look at AUI.es, but havent' got a clue where to look for all the goodies.
Could you maybe point us in the right direction?

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No probs

In the main page on the left hand side to can see "Estadisticas" (Stats) with the diferent data from EGM, OJD (both are similar to ABC) Netvalue, Jupiter among others. If you scroll down you can see different International, Latin-american and IPS's stats

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Thanks, very nice numbers. Keep it comming in :)

However I think the numbers for Altavista.es is hard to find. I couldn't find them anywhere in the top 10's. Can you figure it out.

We know spanish is a big language, but the numbers for unique visitors is not that big. I would expect that people from other spanish speaking regions in the World use their own local search engines hence the numbers would be bigger.
Maybe we can find some numbers for those also?

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Hi everyone!!!
I'm studying the spanish market to optimize a site for a client and I'm wondering if someone knows where can I test my keywords, a sort of word tracker specific for spanish keywords.

Thanks

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Just try that one itself; I've searched for spanish keywords there and it seemed alright.
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Overture says [yupimsn.com...] is new and their Spanish results will be showing there in a test January 8, 2002 through the end of February.
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