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Monday, 21 May 2007
Mood:  irritated
I am new to this site and I can't get my site on the search engine where other people can view my site. My site: aschreiner0713.angelfire.com. Please Help.

Posted by aschreiner0713 at 6:59 PM EDT | Post Comment | View Comments (3) | Permalink | Share This Post

Monday, 21 May 2007 - 8:49 PM EDT

it takes a while for the engines to get to your site, in the first link, change the text from page one to something else like resume.

do all the changes you see fit. then make a copy of the index.html.

edit the index.html copy and convert it to advance editor.
edit the copy and delete all the extra body tags now you have about 5 all what you need is one.

go to the meta tag and delete the quote (") at the end of the tag.

in the header delete welcome to the search engiens don't like the phrase.

if you see the index copy looks great and like it, rename it to index.html

Tuesday, 22 May 2007 - 9:07 AM EDT

Name: cw

Getting listed in search engines can take time... but for the type of site yours is, you may need to think about what a search engine listing will really do for you. If the intent of your site is to find employment then it would be highly unlikely to get job offers just by having a listing. The ranking of your listing would probably put it out near Pluto near the end of the returned search list unless someone is searching for you specifically by site name. Getting higher rank is complicated but backlinks to your site from high quality sites that match your content is often an important factor. That can take an awful lot of work.

IMHO you'd be better off registering at an employment site or just contacting firms you are interested in working for and sending them your resume. You'll likely get faster results that way in the weeks or months it takes to get your site listed, if your site gets listed at all.

good luck!

Sunday, 17 June 2007 - 10:39 AM EDT

Name: va/dmsforever

I would suggest going to addme.com if it's still operating. There are other sites that also do the same thing and you get results within a few weeks. Google "search engine submit site" and see what sites it gives you. Piece of cake.

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