Refers to content submitted or suggested to a search engine or directory. Several search engines and directories supply forms for users to complete to suggest or pay for content to be included. In most cases the actual submission should be optimised to include relevant keyphrases to increase the chances of being found in a search.
In order to transcend the narrow limitations of our own egoic identities, we must surrender to a higher-order reality. Such surrender is not ultimately any fundamental loss, but our highest gain. Though indeed we may temporarily feel submission as a painful surrender, its furthest manifestation is our completion and fullness.
something (manuscripts or architectural plans and models or estimates or works of art of all genres etc.) submitted for the judgment of others (as in a competition); "several of his submissions were rejected by publishers"; "what was the date of submission of your proposal?"
In order for a search engine or a FFA to know about a particular web site on the internet the URL information must be manually added to there list of hundreds or hundreds of thousands of URL's. Once the search engine or FFA has the specific information for a URL it will list it for a period time based on the number of listings in a particular category, number of hits or various other criteria. This submission process may take from 10-30 minutes depending on the complexity of the search engine, this adds up to hundreds of hours of valuable time when submitting to hundreds and/or thousands of search engines and FFA sites.
The SEO marketing process of registering a site with a search engine. It does not guarantee inclusion, but will usually lead to it being reviewed or crawled by the web site. It offers no guarantee of ranking. It can be done manually, or using some commercial software packages that are available.
Providing your web site's address to a search engine to be indexed. Less important today as most engines find sites through "incoming links" from other sites which is one reason that links are important.
A request to a SEARCH ENGINE or SEARCH DIRECTORY to include a site or page to its database, or index. Some SEARCH ENGINES and DIRECTORIES require payment for submission; others are free. Some SEARCH ENGINES do not allow submission at all, preferring to find a site by CRAWLING the web. Unless the request is made to a PAID INCLUSION program, submission does not guarantee a LISTING. | | | | | | | | | | | | U | V | | | Y | Z
The process of submitting a URL for inclusion into a search engine or directory. Unless done through paid inclusion, submission generally does not guarantee listing. In addition, submission does not help with rank improvement on crawler-based search engines unless search engine optimization efforts have been taken. // title The text contained between the start and end HTML tags of the same name and is displayed at the top of the window by the web browser. Title text is important because it normally forms the link to the page from the search engine listings, and because the search engines pay special attention to the title text when indexing the page.
The process of manually adding a URL to a search engine 's list of URLs to spider - in effect telling a spider about a page in order to get it spidered and ultimately added to the search engine's database .
The process of notifying search engines or directories about a website. Every search tool has a form to enable the submission of websites, varying from a simple URL address (for a search engine), to more detailed information (for a directory). Submissions may be made manually or by using automated software, although the former method is generally accepted to be more effective for search engine placement.
Submission is the process of submitting URL(s) to search engines. It is important to note that unless you purchase paid inclusion, submission does not guarantee that your URL will be included in a search engine's index.
The act of supplying a URL (domain name) to a Search Engine in an attempt to make a Search Engine aware of a site or page. Most submission is free. Submission does not guarantee placement, and without WebXites Traffixtremeâ„¢, customer usually end up placed very far down the list in their ranking.
Compliance. Throughness and Obedience. The yielding of the horse's will to that of the rider, as revealed by a constant attention, willingness, and confidence in the attitude of the horse, as well as by the harmony and ease displayed in the correct execution of the movements, including correct bend, acceptance of and obedience to the rider's aids, and a balance appropriate to the task at hand.
The point in a PUC proceeding, after all the evidence has been taken, briefs filed, and oral argument heard, at which the Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) begins to write a Proposed Decision, which the PUC Commissioners will vote on.
similar to argument; the address or presentation of the parties to the court at the end of a particular proceeding, after the evidence has been presented and before the court is to make its decision; an opportunity for the parties to summarize the issues, evidence and law and to persuade the court to make a decision in their favour;
The complete package presented as evidence for the credit worthiness of out-of-classroom learning in one academic area. Each submission has three parts: an index of learning, an essay and documentation.
Any kind of technique, be it a joint lock, choke, etc..., that causes the opponent to "tap out" or face serious injury or knock-out. A successful submission stops the match and gives victory to the person performing it.
A submission (depending on the context also referred to as a "tap out" or "tapping out") is a combat sports term for yielding to the opponent, and hence resulting in an immediate defeat. The submission is commonly performed by clearly tapping the floor or the opponent with the hand or sometimes with the foot, to signal the opponent and possibly the referee of the submission. The submission can also be verbal, during which the fighter verbally informs that he is giving up.
is the short term used to refer to the process of submission of new international labour standards to the competent national authorities. This process is required under article 19 of the ILO Constitution. Full information about Submission
The place where (or process whereby) email is injected from an end user into the mail system. Email submission uses its own port number (587) that is distinct from the port used by mailsystem-to-mailsystem communication.
A broad term which encompasses information presented to government, including its officers, committees, agencies and enquiries. Submissions may include reports, background research, petitions, memoranda. See also: Affidavit(s)
Product information and components entered in the Windows Logo Program Qualification Wizard and uploaded. A submission might also include physical hardware or printed and signed paperwork that is sent to a WHQL test lab.
A submission is the fundamental unit of information that is transmitted to EDGAR for receipt, validation, and acceptance. It is the conveyance of a document or series of documents, in electronic format, to the SEC via EDGAR.
Data in Web BEARS is collected in groups of records called a Submission. Examples: 2002_Base, 2003_Technicals, 2005_Capital. See the Understanding Budget Submissions section of Web BEARS help for more details.