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Infoseek Indexing Triggers
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Overview: Learn how to assess your website indexing with search engines

Many search engines have enabled webmaster support such that website owners can easily confirm that their webpages are registered in their catalogs. Below, we demonstrate which trigger words search engines recognize, sample usage and other tips and tricks to determining if your website is currently listed in their indexes. In addition, we added a direct form such that you may perform a query directly from this page.

Infoseek Triggers
Search Engine: Infoseek (Read Our Submission Tips)
URL: http://www.infoseek.com (New Window Opens)
Special Trigger(s): http://www.go.com/Titles?cat=RES&qt=site:WWW.YOURDOMAIN.COM
Explanation: This trigger will indicate to the search engine that only pages indexed within the catalog that lie on yourdomain.com should be returned. Infoseek will return to you a complete list of all pages that lie on yourdomain.com that exist within the Infoseek catalog. The syntax for this command is the trigger name "cat=RES&qt=site:" plus your domain name. Please see the example below for additional help.
Tips and Tricks: Infoseek often has trouble finding your website unless you submit the exact URL that you originally used to submit your website to Infoseek. Often, you can match your domain name with either www.yourdomain.com or just yourdomain.com. From our experience, Infoseek has an easier time matching when you use www.yourdomain.com. Either way, tinker around with your URL until Infoseek makes a match.
Example: http://www.go.com/Titles?cat=RES&qt=site:www.submitcorner.com (View Result)
Try Your Site: Check out which pages are indexed of your web site in this search engine. Enter your domain name in the box below and we'll display your results right away.
Notice: For best results, enter your domain name only such as www.submitcorner.com or submitcorner.com. Not all search engines accept a full URL to specific pages on your site.
Assessment Tools: Use our Assessment Tools and we'll query any search engine for you with a single click. Easily track down if your indexed, who's linking to you and who are your competitors from one consolidated form.
Other Triggers
Who's Linking: Find out how many sites and which sites presently link to yours. The more web sites that link to you, the better your site will rank. Now you can quantify exactly how many link to you and from where. Click here to Learn More About Who's Linking with Infoseek.
Identifying Competitors: Once you've determined that your website is catalogued in this search engine, you should also determine how you compare against your competition. Find out who Infoseek believes are your competitors using the competitor identification triggers. Click here to learn more about Determining Who Are Your Competitors with Infoseek.

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