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ask.co.uk inclusion


5:28 pm on Apr 22, 2003 (gmt 0)

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I've just signed up for Ask.co.uk paid inclusion, i would like to know if my search listings will appear on any other searches engines(ask partners).
2:54 pm on May 16, 2003 (gmt 0)

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Hi Nuff

Sorry to pick this up so late.

Submission of sites to the AJUK Paid Inclusion program assures inclusion only in the index that powers Ask.co.uk. The Ask.co.uk index is not syndicated to other search engines at this time.

The core index that powers Ask.com is syndicated to many other sites, most of which are targeted to the US.
If you want to use Paid Inclusion to manage the US distribution of your link, you can do so through the "submit your site" link on the Ask.com page. This is managed by INeedHits. You can also submit to the US index directly through our UK partner (PositionTech). If you would like to submit through PT you should contact them directly using your existing account with them to start things off.

Again, apologies for the late response.

4:44 pm on May 16, 2003 (gmt 0)

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an easier option would be to go straight to


as there is NO mention of the UK AskJeeves on the main PositionTech site.

Also ineedhits is an option, but only choose that if you want lots and lots of emails telling you that your url has been indexed 6 mths later, followed by another load of emails saying it hasnt :)

Their invoicing is also strange, as being based in the UK, I have to work out the AUS $ and the US $ before working out what it cost me.


1:40 pm on May 29, 2003 (gmt 0)

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Yeah I complained to position tech for not providing info about this as my site was VERY UK based on totally useless on the ask.com. Anyway they said they would include it free in ask.co.uk.