The next thing a novice blogger has to do is to register his brainchild in search engines and popular directories.
So, the blog has been created, filled with some unique content, the basic settings have been made, and now we have to announce to the Internet community about the appearance of a new blog.
The fact is that registration in search engines can play a significant role in attracting visitors to your blog, and attendance is directly related to the indexing of blog pages.
As soon as a new post appears on the blog, search engines should know about it and index it.
In this case, your article will appear in the issue when requested from search engines.
Considering that the main flow of users comes from search engines (up to 90%), then they should be notified of the appearance of a new blog in the first place.
In addition, registration in search engines can be used by you later as a tool for promoting your products or services.
How to register a blog in major search engines?
Add the address of your blog to the so-called adurilka (from the English Add URL)
You should not rush into this if the blog does not have at least 15-20 unique articles. Otherwise, if the search engines do not like something on the first visit, they may forget about your existence for a long time.
enter the address of your blog in the field and .... we are waiting for the results.
Registering a blog in Yandex
To do this, we go to
and enter the address of your blog in the field, for example,
To do this, go to the address, insert the address of your blog into the field, click Check and find out which pages of the site are already in the index.
Adding a blog to the Rambler search engine:
It will be useful to register in other search engines, for example:
In hot pursuit, I recommend that you register your blog in the leading directories of Runet:
So, you have registered not only in Blog registration in search engines, but also in popular ratings.
Registering a blog in the popular LiveInternet rankings, RamblerTOP100, will have a positive effect on the indexing of the blog as a whole. Bots often visit such resources and, of course, track the “newcomers”.