Search Engine Submission
Where do I submit my site? It's a common question and most people end up with a search engine submission service that uses automated software to submit their site. I'm not saying this tactic is useless, but it's not the best place to start.
It takes some time but submissions performed manually are often more likely to actually get listed. A good practice is to do the important submissions manually, then follow up later with a good quality submission service.
Submitting to Google and/or Bing
Get some links coming into your site. Most crawler based search engines (like Google) will find and index your site by discovering a link on another site that points to you. You should also make use of Google and/or Bing Webmaster tools where you can submit your sitemap directly.
It doesn't hurt to submit to as many search engines as you can find. Smaller search engines and directories that are not considered as "major" or "top" can still account for good quality traffic. And having them link to your pages will count as incoming links to your website. The more incoming links you have - the better your chances are of being found and indexed by major search engines.
List of places to submit and search engine submission costs:
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