search engine submit

 

Overview

You must own the site yourself (own the domain) and be able to put some sort of token on the index page to submit a site on a search engine.

sometimes, you must even verify ownership of the domain.

This is a list of the URLs to submit your site. oftentimes it requires an account.

got a site built? you will probably need some search engine marketing - here's some DIY (Do It Yourself)

search engine submit
you have your own management area, and you can submit as many sites as you want. submissions require verification. crawl stats, crawl errors, etc. yahoo support says there is no way to remove your site from yahoo - they say to use bing webmaster tools, however, my site is not even IN bing webmaster tools, and adding and removing it on bing I think probably makes no difference. bing recently cleaned out all the webmaster tools accounts - but left the sites in the results.
you have your own management area, and you can submit as many sites as you want. submissions require verification. keywords searched, crawl stats, crawl errors, etc. and more features coming. custom search engine (CSE) for those who want to put google search on their pages to search their oen site. XML sitemaps can be done as well. requires a google account. you can use your regular yahoo email address and a password of your choice.
don't know if this is still valid, heard microsoft went to pay-only submission.
index.com $free I think
This is a categorized catalog of businesses only, for business only.

got a site built? want to use google, yahoo, or some other search engine and have your own search box? what I find for search boxes will be listed here.
Google Custom Search Engine $free (with ads) or $100
gives you HTML code to put in your search box. you will have to put the <link ...> tag within your <head> </head> tags.
Bing Box $free (with ads) or $100
gives you HTML code to put in your search box. you might have to brand/customize the HTML (depending on the type you select).
gives you HTML code to put in your search box. you will have to put the <link ...> tag within your <head> </head> tags. be warned, this search engine's locale is Australia, not the USA, so using it may permanently mess up your search results if you live in a different country. Alpha is in the Beta stage of development (fancy saying that!) and has not been released yet and apparently is still in development stages. I can't seem to find it in the USA. [I don't know if this is still valid or not since Yahoo Site Explorer moved into BING Site Explorer]
$free
pay submission
overture.com $pay-per-click
sure-fire way to get to the top of the search engine - the more you pay, the higher up you get on the search results.