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    I remember when I had to submit my website to Google and Bing to get indexed. I’ve heard that this practice is now abandoned as they admit that they ignore submitted URLs because many are only spam accounts. It is now unnecessary, so you can safely ignore any SEO service offering this!



    Oh, thanks for the tip. I didn’t know that we had to submit our websites to the search engines at one time, so I’m glad it’s not widely used anymore nowadays. Even so, it seems so hard to get indexed on search engines these days, unless we buy an ad spot.



    I did that too when I first started my blog. I didn’t know that they stopped this but it’s good to have this knowledge for the next time. Thanks for sharing.


    marck boat

    It is good for when your blog are another content which are live on private can be submit in Google or bing search engine because if you do this activity then your content index early other it takes many days. You can only submit to those domain which are prepared as a new page. This is a very important of SEO as well as Digital Marketing course.



    As for SEO purpose, it is very important to send your website into search engines (google,bing,yahoo) .so that google can indexing your site contents to increase your site is very important to submit your site to google bots or spider.



    As per the SEO rules, you should submit your website to google search engine, so that search engine bot can crawl and index your website webpages…

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