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Links are vital for good standing in the Google SERPs (search results), but Google does not report accurate information about how well linked you are. The WebLens blog outlines some better ways to find out who is linking to you.
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Search engine submission, web site promotion, registration, rank, position

Submitting your web site address to search engines and directories is an important way to get found online. It's certainly not the only way — opt-in email, reciprocal linking, affiliate programs, word of mouth, and online and offline advertising are all important — but the search engines remain essential for driving traffic to your site. Statistically, they account for over 85% of first-time visitors, according to Media Metrix. This page contains links to some of the Net's thousands of site promotion resources, including software tools, tips and advice, and free and fee-based submission services. Before you submit, remember to optimize your site contents to achieve the highest position in user search results rankings. You may also want to review some Internet Marketing DOs & DONTs.