How to Add a Domain Name to Search Engines

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Submitting your new business or personal domain name to search engines such as Google, Bing and Yahoo! can help attract new visitors and potential customers to your website. Internet users frequently rely on search engines to find businesses and services by entering keywords, and the search engine produces a list of relevant results. If you submit your domain name, the search engine will list your website and additional information (such as a description) pertaining to the user's inquiry.

Google

  • Log on to the Google "Add your URL" page in your browser.

  • Type your URL and any additional comments into the text boxes.

  • Type the security code that you see in the image into the last text box.

  • Click "Add URL."

Bing

Yahoo!

  • Launch your Web browser and go to the Yahoo! Site Explorer site.

  • Enter your domain's URL into the text field.

  • Click "Submit URL" with your mouse.

  • Enter your user name and password to sign into Yahoo! if prompted. Otherwise, click "Create New Account." Enter your information into the required fields (name, birthday, desired Yahoo! identification and security code) before clicking "Create Account." Your submission will be processed after you sign in to or create your account.

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