If you would rather not wait for the search engines to find and index your site, you can pay to be indexed. Learn what paid inclusion is, what it costs, and if it is worth the cost.

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1. What Is Paid Inclusion?

Paid inclusion is the process of paying search engines to index pages from your site. It is also often called PFI (Pay for Inclusion) or PPI (Pay Per Inclusion).

This option is becoming more popular with both site owners and search engines. Site owners that want to get indexed quickly like it because they don't have to wait for the search engines to find their sites naturally through incoming links and listings in directories. Search engines like it because it is a way to increase revenue by charging the site owners for this service. If you have the budget and you don't want to wait, this is a good option.


2. Will It Help My Site Rank Better?

No. At least is isn't supposed to.


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