Login, inclusion, submission, entrance, and explanation of major domestic and foreign search engine URLs.

This article is the author's experience sharing of using various major search engines, professionally known as SEO. It is hoped to be helpful to bloggers and SEO experts.

Below are the login, inclusion, and entry addresses of major Chinese search engines.

Baidu Explanation: The largest Chinese search engine, with average inclusion speed. The ranking is said to be very secretive and shady, usually taking 1-2 weeks. It likes to include keywords in Chinese and pinyin. It uses web spiders to extensively retrieve and include content, which consumes a lot of server resources. It has less content organization, and the included content is messy. It particularly likes to include blog tags and categorized links, but doesn't like authors, such as myself. Of course, it takes special care of .cn domain names, and pinyin domain names are even better.

Google Chinese search engine Explanation: It includes content in a more scientific and fair manner. Usually, it first checks the website's sitemap and then visits and updates the index. If the website updates quickly, the index will also update quickly, usually taking 1-2 weeks. However, inclusion is slower, and it doesn't include pinyin or Chinese characters well. It often has ambiguous search results for Martian language. It likes blog tags, categories, and comments, but doesn't like your articles (computers don't appreciate your writing style). It doesn't like h1 but oddly likes h2. It doesn't like words starting with X, except for those verified through website authentication. It has strict checks on website quality and content. It took 10 days for this site to have 5 inclusions. Its biggest drawback is that it may suddenly clear all your inclusions for certain "popular" keywords (911, LA, etc.), without leaving any mercy. Remember, be careful.

Yahoo! China Explanation: The third largest search engine in China, it likes non-profit websites. It has recently cooperated with Google and has its own inclusion system and webmaster tools. It likes to include online store systems and blog systems. It likes .org, .net, .me, .name, and other personal websites. The speed can be 1-4 weeks. This site was submitted on December 5th and has not been included yet. Its biggest advantage is that it likes websites related to Taobao and Alibaba, and it shares some search data with Google. It is worth optimizing Yahoo for those who have online stores. The drawback is that Yahoo usually requires manual review and indexing, so content should be taken into account.

Sohu/Sogou Explanation: Currently, the most difficult inclusion entry to find, it is said to be closed. Sogou now uses Google's search results, so if it is included by Google, it can be found through Sogou. It likes rare characters and Martian language because it has the most powerful input method. The entry I used before may be invalid now.

Sina/Aiwen/Iask Explanation: The portal with the most registered users in China. Iask Search is the earliest search engine to provide interactive question search in China. It currently uses Google's search results and shares with Google. However, Iask still provides the login entry for Iask and supports inclusion. Inclusion usually takes 1-2 weeks. It usually likes titles with "?" added, so remember to add a cute "?" at the end of the title to increase the inclusion rate. After all, Iask likes people asking questions.

NetEase/Youdao Explanation: 163 NetEase's search engine, boasting new technology, blog search, and fast translation. I personally like the blog search function. Personal blog users may consider adding it. The advantage is that it is a completely independent search engine, but it quotes some search engine results. The speed is fast (less content). My blog (non-163) was usually included in about a week. The drawback is that it started early and has fewer users, resulting in less traffic, but the quality is good.

Tencent/Soso Explanation: Poor! A standard knockoff search engine. Surprisingly, it still has a high market share. All content comes from Google. It doesn't have an independent inclusion entry, but the advantage is that Tencent QQ has the most IM users in the world. The annoying QQ mini homepage provides search functionality, which has some value. As long as it is included by Google, it can be searched. Inclusion address: Not found.

Below are the inclusion and entry addresses of major English search engines.

Google Explanation: This doesn't need specific introduction as the Chinese version of Google has already explained it. Webmasters must log in.

MSN Live Explanation: Microsoft's search engine, with advanced technology and a long history. However, most users only know MSN as a chat tool. But MS has a large number of operating system users, which should not be underestimated. Everyone should know the result of the battle between IE and Navigator, especially in China, where there are many pirated versions of XP. MSN is the default search engine for IE, which is very rogue but useful. The inclusion speed is extremely slow, but it is said that you can contact the administrator by email. If you can't read English, just wait.

Alexa Explanation: The most authoritative website ranking website, also provides search functionality. But personally, I only pay attention to the ranking information it provides. The login speed is fast, but the index update is slow. Just wait patiently.

Yahoo! Explanation: Currently the world's second largest search engine and the world's largest portal website with the most registered users. The average inclusion speed is slow. It is said to require manual retrieval of your website. It has now implemented sharing results with Google, so anything included by Google can generally be searched on Yahoo. The login speed is unknown, just wait. If you need foreign users, remember to log in.

AOL Explanation: America Online, the largest provider of customized search engines. Simply put, it has created many small search engines. The inclusion speed is fast, but it doesn't distinguish between spam and non-spam information. The web spider directly crawls. If you want your website to be found by more foreign users, remember to log in. However, AOL's search engine is still relatively rare in China. With more spam information, there are all kinds of people and all kinds of things. Currently, access to AOL has been restricted in China, but there are still many foreign users.

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