Registering your site to search engines and directories is the first step in any web marketing campaign. It is important to stay away from automated website submission software when submitting your site to Major Search Engines and Directories. There are many companies who use site submission software to 'bulk' submit sites. This automated process is frowned upon by many Major Search Engines that treat it as 'spam'. The result is a site not being listed, and worse still, potentially black listed where the site URL is banned from any future page submissions.
Since about 90% of all search traffic comes from the most important search engines and directories, the best thing to do is manually submit to them.It is more important to submit your web site to the directories than search engines.Use other email address than your main address for URL registration.Many search engines will send you email advertisements after you submit your URL which comes from the search engines where you submit your website. As an alternative we recommend to have a separate Email account that you use with your free submissions.Only submit your site once per month.Some search engines will drop your web site listing if you submit the same URL to them too often.