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Posted in: Search Engine Optimisation,SEO by Richard Hearne on October 16, 2008
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Search Engine Registration

Even in 2008 there are still some ‘Online Marketing’ firms who offer the fantastic service known as search engine registration:

Search Engine Registration Services

This is slightly reminiscent of Omniserve’s Google Rapid Inclusion ‘process’, but at £500STG this latest one sure aint cheap.

To anyone who might be seriously interested in search engine registration I suggest you take a look at Free Search Engine Rapid Inclusion Service.

Oh, and in case anyone (God knows who still reads any of my tripe…) is interested – this might be related to a certain Bord Failte Web Check Thread post I published a few days ago.

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  1. Hi Richard, can you tell me how , a company, {www.seoireland.ie/}
    as of today is number one for seo ireland, a site with zero content, page rank, and a handful of backlinks from one page sites which they themselves have little or no content, has google gone mad ?
    Regards Derek

    Comment by Derek — October 23, 2008 @ 1:16 am

  2. Hi Derek

    When I search for [seo ireland] my site appears at #1 (not something I;d usually check BTW). Maybe you’re logged into Google and getting personalised results?

    But if it did rank well then at a guess I’d say it’s down to the exact match domain name – Google often places exact match domains at #1 position as many search queries are navigational – people looking for a website.

    Hope this helps, and thanks for dropping by again

    Comment by Richard Hearne — October 23, 2008 @ 11:51 am

  3. Its interesting to see who still offers search engine registration as part of their services. Although I would believe some sites simply havent been updated in a while.

    I’ve recently noticed seoireland.ie appear near the top results but I am also seeing your site Richard at #1 still. :-)

    Comment by Gavin — October 24, 2008 @ 1:48 am

  4. Hey Gavin

    How goes it? Not a great keyword anyhow – I don’t see much volume on it, that’s for sure LOL

    One thing I worry about, is Stephen from diy-seo.com. His site has been down for ages now (still ranks for [seo]), and even his email bounces. I do hope he’s alright.


    Comment by Richard Hearne — October 25, 2008 @ 11:26 am

  5. Not bad Richard, keeping busy as usual. I don’t think I have had a referral for that key term, not that I was trying LOL

    I noticed diy-seo had vanished. I was linking to him at one point but removed it after a couple of weeks of the site being down. I thought it belonged to someone on IWF – did you know Stephen?

    Comment by Gavin — October 27, 2008 @ 3:18 pm

  6. The problem with these ‘dodgy’ SEO companies is that they only need a handfull of punters to fall for the £500 to get you listed on google scam. As with most industries a handful of cowboys give everyone else a bad name.

    Comment by Jon Tiffany — November 29, 2008 @ 12:01 pm

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