Let the search engine know that your site is what people are searching for.
To make submitting easier, I have created
this list of links to some popular search engines.
It's a good idea to read the 'tips' (where availiable) first, so that you get a better idea of how the search engine rates documents. If you're going to go to the time and trouble of submitting your web page/pages, it's a good idea to make sure that the search engines you submit them to will give a darn.
Try to balance the needs of the different
rating systems. (Follow my simple little guidelines above, and you're
most of the way there!)
Search engines are quite lazy. Unless you specifically tell them to re-evaluate your site after you've added new information, they will not, at least not for a long, long, time. (Perhaps they are more busy than lazy)
To help you pick hexadecimal colour values for your web pages, I have developed a hexadecimal Colour Value Calculator.
Updated November 27, 1997.
*PLEASE NOTE - 1997 was a LONG time ago. All the links on this webpage were dead. They have since been removed. This page was around before there was a Google - and now this page has outlived every dang thing mentioned on it. Is this perhaps the very oldest SEO page on the entire web?