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FAQ 1:

How do I index my homepage on BBCanada? Why don't I show up on any search engines like Google, Yahoo?

Indexing is definitely not for the faint at heart. Many different search engines index many different ways. BBCanada has all of the proper keywords and 'tags' embedded in our web pages but how a search engine will index us is really up to them.

There are companies that specialize in getting you search engine superiority. They charge hundreds of dollars. BBCanada tries to index our main site with all of the city keywords in Canada. If you check the source of each page, you'll see embedded words and tags to do this.

There are many FAQ files on the internet about how to go about doing this. It would take hours for me to email you on this. Luckily, however, companies like www.did-it.com can do this job for you in only a few hours and for a low price.

Many B&B's on our service index their web pages on the internet. As you can imagine, BBCanada cannot promise or include indexing on any search engines for our individual subscribers. It would be cost and time prohibitive.

Many B&B owners on BBCanada painstakingly submit their web address to the various places that index. BBCanada uses a special tool which we license for many hundreds of dollars per year which indexes us on more and more services. Our team also spends a great deal of time doing it by hand.

Best of luck in your quest to index.

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