Almost everyone puts a lot of efforts in their Google SEO. But have you done the same for your Baidu SEO? Baidu, alias Chinese Google, is the 5th most visited website in the world. It’s important that you do Baidu SEO properly to reach the luxurious Chinese market. The first step of Baidu SEO is to submit your URL to Baidu so that Baidu can index your website.
However, only submitting your url to Baidu is not enough. Most people do not know that Baidu owns only about 65% market share of the Chinese search engines. You need to submit your url to all the top Chinese search engines that together add up to 99% of the search market.
You will have one URL submitted manually to the top 5 Chinese search engines: Baidu, 360, Sogou, Shenma, and Bing (Needs email confirmation from you). Screenshots will be provided per submission.
*Usually Chinese search engines will index your pages within 12 weeks. Chinese search engines have their own algorithms to decide whether to index your pages.
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If the industry you are in isn’t restricted in China, and there is no sensitive content on your website, Chinese search engines would most likely index your pages, but they do have their own algorithms to make the final decision.
A one-off SEO check to optimise your ranking is also available.
Using a bot to submit your URL to Chinese search engines will lead to a permanent ban. You can submit the URL by yourself, but you need to read Chinese and have a Chinese mobile number.
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