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How do I insure my genealogy home page name will be found by Yahoo, HotBot, etc.
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Most search engines have a link where you can submit your page to them.  It will then be included when the database is updated(week or two).  You can submit to multiple search engines for free at:
http://www.submit-it.com
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Thank you for the extra information about submit-it.com. I'll contact them immediately.
Don
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Thank you for the extra information about submit-it.com. I'll contact them immediately.

I tried but they didn't respond. Typical WWW operation? UP today,
DOWN tomorrow?

Don
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It's there I just tried it!
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