The general purpose of any site is to produce revenue, by reaching more people, informing them, opening a line of communication, and in the end, selling a product or service.
The Internet is full of "lost" sites, the sites by themselves may be fine, but lack of persistent submission to hundreds of search engines on a regular basis will inevitably take its toll. Thousands of web sites are being added to search engines daily, they are found and displayed to searchers based on the keywords used in and on their pages.
Pagelinx has spent years developing promotional strategies for a wide range of clients, gaining good position and maintaining it, in the most influential search engines on the Web. Those who have submitted a site to a search engine or a group of search engines have received the mass mailing avalanche that follows; a number of them offering the service of 100 - 900 search engine submissions for one page at prices ranging from twenty-nine to eighty-nine dollars a shot. We consider the submission of a web site into hundreds of search engines periodically, necessary for success. This service is included in the maintenance program for most Pagelinx clients. A submission report is then sent to the client upon their request, with a complete list of successful search engine registrations. In the time after the submission, the site's statistics are monitored, the information analyzed and incorporated into the evolution and future promotion of the site.
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