How to submit a site to search engines


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If you are a website manager or business owner who wants to check if your website is listed in Google or find out how to submit your website to Google this article is for you. This is a beginner’s guide to submitting your website to Google and other search engines like Bing.

The author has over 20 years of experience in SEO (search engine optimisation) as a practising professional SEO.

You can access this free guide in on Google Sheets, or alternatively, you can subscribe to Hobo SEO Tips and get your checklist as a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet.


Submit a website to search engines yourself

While search engines can find your website themselves via links on the web, it is faster to submit a new website directly to search engines using webmaster tools. Google and Bing both have webmaster tools for you to use.

You do not need an SEO provider to submit your site to search engines. You don’t pay to get into any of the big search engine’s natural (free or organic) listings. Most search engines have ways of submitting your web pages directly to their index when you verify website ownership.

You can submit your website to:

If you are based in the UK or US, it really is Google and Bing to whom you should submit your website.


Why submit a website to search engines?

QUOTE: “Trust in search engines is greatest at 59%, followed by traditional media at 57%, owned media at 43%, and social media at only 37%.” Trust Top Ten, 2022

Getting listed on Google and other popular search engines is one of the most effective ways of directing free (or more accurately unpaid), targeted traffic to your website.

Organic traffic is still the most valuable traffic in the world with search engines still rated among the most trusted source for finding news and information:

Here are some search engine submission tips to help you if you’re new to SEO (search engine optimisation).


What are the top search engines to submit a site to?

Search Engine Market Share Worldwide _ Statcounter Global Stats

The most popular search engines in the UK are Google, with around 92% of the market share, Bing, and Yahoo. It is a similar picture worldwide. All search engines serve nationwide results, based on the reputation of a website and local results, based on the proximity of the user to the business.

  1. Google: ~92% – The dominant search engine worldwide.
  2. Bing: ~2.5% – Microsoft’s search engine, also powering Yahoo.
  3. Yahoo: ~1.5% – An older search engine, now using Bing’s technology.
  4. Baidu: ~1% – The leading search engine in China.
  5. Yandex: ~0.5% – A popular search engine in Russia and nearby countries.

Google, for example, has many country-specific engines (e.g. that help Google deliver more accurate results for UK-based users.

Google is the principal driver of search engine traffic in the UK.

When it comes to submitting your site to thousands of search engines you can see the futility.

There are only a handful of well-known search engines in the world and most partner with the top global search engines Google and Bing.

Getting your site into search engines is one thing; ranking high in Google, for instance, is another story altogether.

At some point, to rank better in search engines, you are going to have to get other sites to link to it, so you may as well think about that first link on external sites. That usually means creating useful, accurate, and in-depth content on your website that attracts links naturally.


Do you need to pay to get listed on Google?

QUOTE: “Google doesn’t accept payment to crawl a site more frequently, or rank it higher. If anyone tells you otherwise, they’re wrong.” Google Webmaster Guidelines, 2023


You do not have to pay a penny to get your site into any of the major search engines.

You can submit your URL to all the main global search engines for free.

You can pay for placement in all search engines, including Google through Google Adwords (PPC) but this tutorial is specifically for free listings and free traffic.

Googlebot and Bingbot will probably find your site themselves. These two search engines also share their data with other free search engines and directories:

For instance, submitting your site to Bing will also get you indexed by Bingbot in Yahoo and DuckDuckGo:

QUOTE: “Most of our search result pages feature one or more Instant Answers. To deliver Instant Answers on specific topics, DuckDuckGo leverages many sources, including specialized sources like Sportradar and crowd-sourced sites like Wikipedia. We also maintain our own crawler (DuckDuckBot) and many indexes to support our results. Of course, we have more traditional links and images in our search results too, which we largely source from Bing. Our focus is synthesizing all these sources to create a superior search experience.” DuckDuckGo, 2023


QUOTE: “Is your site not appearing in Yahoo Search results? Submit your website to Yahoo and Bing for inclusion in the Yahoo Search index. Submit your site via Bing Webmaster Tools. Yahoo is unable to provide any status updates or assistance regarding submissions to Bing; contact Bing for assistance. After you’ve submitted your site, it can take 6 to 8 weeks or longer for your content to show up in the Yahoo Search results. ” Yahoo, 2023


How to check if your site is on search engines

Is your website indexed on Google? Check using the “site:” operator to search for your website.

Just type your website address into the Google search box. If Google knows about your site, it will tell you. If your site doesn’t feature as the number 1 result, you may need to submit your site to Google.

Another way to check if a page is in either of the search engines is to lift a piece of unique text from the page, and put it into the search box “in quotes”.

Your page should come up if Google is indexing your site.

Use the “site:” command operator – e.g. type “” into the Google Search Box(Bing too) as the “info:” command was deprecated (2016).

You can use the site command on your homepage or any internal page on your site.

You can use the same command on Bing, too.


Check if your site is on Google:

  1. Google Search: Type “” in the search bar.
  2. Google Search Console: Register, verify ownership, and check index status.
  3. Inspect URL: Use the “URL Inspection” tool in Google Search Console.


Check if your site is on Bing:

  1. Bing Search: Type “” in the search bar.
  2. Bing Webmaster Tools: Register, verify ownership, and check index status.
  3. Inspect URL: Use “Inspect URL” tool in Bing Webmaster Tools.


Check if your site is on Yahoo:

  1. Yahoo Search: Type “” in the search bar (since it’s powered by Bing, results will be similar).


Check if your site is on Baidu:

  1. Baidu Search: Type “” in the search bar.
  2. Baidu Webmaster Tools: Register, verify ownership, and check index status (available in Chinese).


Check if your site is on Yandex:

  1. Yandex Search: Type”” in the search bar.
  2. Yandex Webmaster: Register, verify ownership, and check index status.
  3. Check Indexing: Use “Check URL” tool in Yandex Webmaster.


Why can’t you find your site on search engines?

Search engines like Google need to find your website before they can crawl, index it, rate it, and display it in its listings (SERPs – or Search Engine Results Pages).

Googlebot (the spider Google uses) accesses your page if it knows your website exists. Your website can only be listed in Google search if it was crawled and indexed by Googlebot in the first place.

Google may not know about your site, yet.

There are many reasons a site does not rank in Google.

  • Do you provide high-quality content that meets the needs of your target audience?
  • Have you claimed your Business Profile on Google if you have a local business?
  • Have you submitted your product catalogs digitally to Google Search to promote your products on Google Shopping, Google Offers, and other properties?
  • Have you checked what resources Google offers to help your small business rank online with the Digital Essentials Guide?
  • Have you invited customers on a virtual tour of your business with Street View?
  • Have you suggested changes to your knowledge panel entry to manage your identity as a person, business, or organization on Google with Knowledge panel?
  • Have you added a card about yourself to Google search results (if available for users in your country) with a People card?
  • Have you promoted your books online and sold your titles through Google’s eBook store with Google Books and eBooks?
  • Have you included your scholarly works in Google’s academic index with Scholar, if relevant?
  • Have you appeared in Google News search results or provided digital editions for subscription with Google News?
  • If you are an authoritative or official source of regional data, have you published it through Google with Geo Data Upload for local information?
  • Have you photographed and shared the world with 360° pictures with Photo Sphere?
  • Have you provided a panoramic virtual tour of your property with Street View for local information?
  • Have you encouraged the use of public transit by making it easy to locate routes, schedules, and fares with Transit Partner Program for local information?
  • If you are an authoritative or official source of regional data, have you published it through Google with Geo Data Upload for media?
  • Have you made your videos findable and crawlable by Google Search with Video on Google Search?
  • Have you uploaded, distributed, and monetized your videos with YouTube for media?
  • Have you added your podcast to Google Podcasts for media?

There are many reasons your content is not showing up on Google. You can use the free SEO checklist to help determine exactly why.


How to submit a site to Google Search Console

QUOTE: “Verification is the process of proving that you own the property that you claim to own. We need to confirm ownership because once you are verified for a property, you have access to its Google Search data, and can affect its presence on Google Search. Every Search Console property requires at least one verified owner.” Google, 2020

You can submit your website and verify it in Google Search Console.

The procedure to connect your website is very simple with a little technical knowledge.

  1. Sign in to Google Search Console.
  2. Click on the “Add a property” button.
  3. Enter your website URL in the provided field and click “Continue”.
  4. Verify your website by selecting a verification method and following the instructions provided.
  5. Once verified, you can access the various tools and reports available in Google Search Console for your website.


How to submit a website to Google local business results

QUOTE: “Google My Business – Get your business on Google Maps.” Google Webmaster Guidelines, 2023

  1. Go to the Google Business Profile website.
  2. Sign in to your Google account or create a new one if you don’t have one already.
  3. Enter your business name and address.
  4. Choose your business category.
  5. Add your business phone number and website (if applicable).
  6. Choose a verification option and follow the instructions to verify your business.
  7. Once verified, you can edit your business information and manage your Google Business Profile listing, including adding photos, responding to reviews, and posting updates.


Note: If your business is already listed on Google Maps, you can claim it by clicking on the “Own this business?” link on the listing and following the verification process.

Local SEO rankings are powered (in part) by Google’s local business directory and can be improved by submitting your site to Google and telling them everything about your company.

Local business results for your business are only shown when there are searchers at a location near your business or are specifically searching for your service in your area.

Google will promote the most popular, most connected, most relevant, and most trusted businesses in the local area to the top of SERPs.

Sometimes this is in ‘local box’ style listings, other times, Google will merge local results with global results.


Best Practices for Google Business Profile

QUOTE: “Providing and updating business information in Google My Business can help your business’s local ranking on Google and enhance your presence in Search and Maps.” Google Webmaster Guidelines, 2020

In Hobo’s experience, giving Google as much information as possible about your business is just about the best policy. Get listed in as many local business directories as possible. Encouraging positive reviews on your profiles all improve your standing in this index. Local business rankings are calculated differently from natural results but often BLENDED with them if Google can detect your location).

The basic good practice guidelines rarely change. Do not be tempted to spam Google local listings:

QUOTE: “Google reserves the right to suspend access to Google My Business or other Google Services to individuals or businesses that violate these guidelines, and may work with law enforcement in the event that the violation is unlawful.” Google Business Profile guidelines, 2020

If you are a small business or a brand new business just starting out, you should claim your listing. It’s 100% free and gives you a measure of increased visibility on Google if folks are looking for your type of business in your area.


Submit your content to all Google services

You can manually submit your site and other content directly to various Google services including Search, Maps, Video, Podcasts, Images, News, and shopping to name a few.

Google has lots of ways to help businesses get online:


QUOTE: “Video on Google Search – Make your videos findable and crawlable by Google Search.” Google Webmaster Guidelines, 2021


QUOTE: “You can expose podcasts to Google by following these guidelines.” Google Webmaster Guidelines, 2021


QUOTE: “Follow our image best practices to get your images to appear in Search.” Google Webmaster Guidelines, 2021


QUOTE: “If your site is a blog, here are some tips for creating a useful blog and helping Google crawl it.” Google Webmaster Guidelines, 2021


QUOTE: “If you have news content, be sure to read the Google Publisher Center help documentation.” Google Webmaster Guidelines, 2021


QUOTE: “Google for Retail – Promote your products on Google Shopping, Google Offers, and other properties; submit your product catalogs digitally to Google Search.” Google Webmaster Guidelines, 2020

Small Business

QUOTE: “Google for Small Business – See what resources Google offers to help your small business thrive.” Google Webmaster Guidelines, 2020

Street View

QUOTE: “Street View – Invite customers on a virtual tour of your business.” Google Webmaster Guidelines, 2020

Knowledge Panel

QUOTE: “Knowledge panel – If you want to manage your identity as a person, business, or organization on Google, you can suggest changes to your knowledge panel entry.” Google Webmaster Guidelines, 2020


QUOTE: “Google Books and eBooks – Promote your books online and sell your titles through our eBook store.” Google Webmaster Guidelines, 2020

Street View

QUOTE: “Street View – Invite customers on a virtual tour of your business.” Google Webmaster Guidelines, 2020


QUOTE: “Scholar – Include scholarly works in Google’s academic index.” Google Webmaster Guidelines, 2020


Which search engine submission services should you use?


I was talking to someone who recently paid a website submission company to submit their site to lots of different search engines.

It’s easy to forget many are ignorant of what seems, to the experienced, an obvious waste of money. During recent research, a member of the team was looking at some free of the free search engine submission tools available recently and a great many of them are simply lead-generation tools to get your email address.

You put your website into the tool with your email, and this company has now been alerted you need SEO services.

If you’re lucky, you’ll only receive the odd unsolicited email.

If you’re unlucky, you’ve just been added to a spam list to be forever bombarded with low-quality SEO services, guest post requests, directory submission services, penguin proof link building strategies, and emails telling you about undetectable link networks, and the latest traffic-exploding WordPress plugin.

If you are being told about most of these services in an unsolicited manner – there’s nothing private or undetectable about them.

You do not need a company to submit your website to search engines.

You can submit your site to search engines yourself, for free, anytime you want. Your site should be plugged into relevant search engine offerings (like Google Search Console and Bing Webmaster Tools for a start).

I don’t ever recall a high-quality site not being indexed pretty quickly by all the main search engines, and that’s without bothering even with the above services from the engines.

Invest your money instead in building the online reputation of your website and making your pages richer, and more relevant, and seek to keep people on your site, when you get them. Don’t submit your website to sites where you do not know where the link will appear or you are probably in unnatural links territory.


How to improve your ranking in search engines

There are a few ways of getting listed on Google and improving your rankings.

The most important thing is to ensure your website and its content is of very high quality.

You must always be improving your website content.

QUOTE: “SEO copywriting is the art of writing high-quality content for search engines on-page, in page titles, meta descriptions, SERP snippets and SERP featured snippets.” Shaun Anderson, Hobo 2020

Another way to improve your rankings (if your site is of reasonable quality, already) is to get a natural link from a reputable website to your website. Yes, that’s ‘all’ you need to do.

QUOTE: “Link building is the process of earning links on other websites. Earned natural links directly improve the reputation of a website and where it ranks in Google. Self-made links are unnatural.  Google penalises unnatural links.” Shaun Anderson, Hobo 2020

Google likes finding new sites “itself”, and it does this by spidering links from website to website, and eventually ranks pages on the quality and number of those links.

If you want to improve your rankings, try and get a link from an “authority” site in your industry, or ask for a few links from other businesses or suppliers in your line of work, perhaps not direct competitors.

Editorial links from media sites are still highly sought after.

One link from a very well-trusted site in your niche can improve how much trust Google has in your website, but search engines want you to create ‘buzz’ about your site, rather than build links in a mechanical fashion.

QUOTE: “If you have a manual action for “a pattern of unnatural artificial, deceptive, or manipulative links pointing to pages” then you will very probably need to use the disavow tool to clean up the links you commissioned or made yourself.” Shaun Anderson, Hobo 2020

If you cannot think at all how to get a link you can add your site to Google directly.

Do not buy links or be suckered into any rank-high rank-fast ranking schemes. There are none.

Ranking in Google is a very nuanced process and it takes time, especially with new sites.


How to submit new pages to search engines automatically

You can also add an XML sitemap direct to search engine webmaster tools:

QUOTE: “The simplest way to submit your new and updated URLs is to verify your site ownership on Search Console. After you verify, use the Sitemaps report to see which sitemaps were processed for your site, any processing errors, or to submit a new sitemap for your site.” Google  Developer Guides, 2020

  1. Sign in to your Google Search Console account.
  2. Select your website from the property list.
  3. Click on “Sitemaps” in the left-hand navigation menu.
  4. Click on the “Add/Test Sitemap” button in the top-right corner of the page.
  5. Enter the URL of your sitemap in the provided field (e.g. “”).
  6. Click “Submit” to add the sitemap to your Google Search Console account.
  7. Google will automatically crawl and index the URLs in your sitemap.

Note: You can submit multiple sitemaps for your website, and you can also view the status and coverage of your sitemap in Google Search Console.

Don’t worry about telling Google about new pages on your site once your site is indexed and appearing in Google. Google is very good at finding new content. Google loves fresh content, and if you publish lots of it on your site, and it’s of good quality, Google will visit your site often, and rank your content for free.

You can ping Google (and other engines) using RSS or XML Sitemaps. Most CMS systems have some support for this and this seems to be the fastest way of getting new content idexed quickly.

“QUOTE: “An RSS feed is also a good idea with RSS you can use pubsubhubbub which is a way of getting your updates even faster to Google so using pubsubhubbub is probably the fastest way to to get content where you’re regularly changing things on your site and you want to get that into Google as quickly as possible an RSS feed with pubsubhubbub is is a really fantastic way to get that done.” John Mueller, Google

If your website publishes an XML sitemap, this is even better. It’s amazing how fast Google indexes and ranks pages.

The team has seen pages get into Google and rank in the top ten for a phrase in less than a second.

QUOTE: “In the sitemap file we primarily focus on the last modification date so that’s that’s what we’re looking for there that’s where we see that we’ve crawled this page two days ago and today it has changed therefore we should recrawl it today we don’t use priority we don’t use change frequency in the sitemap file at least at the moment with regards to crawling so I wouldn’t focus too much on priority and change frequency but really on the more factual last modification date information” John Mueller, Google

Of course, to get all your pages indexed by Google you need to have a high-quality site,

QUOTE: “Make sure Google can crawl your website, index and rank all your primary pages by only serving Googlebot high-quality, user friendly and fast loading pages to index.” Shaun Anderson, Hobo 2020


Should you submit your site to directories?


QUOTE: “Most directories send you VERY little or no referral traffic and on their own in little numbers have little impact in SERPs. Low-quality directory links are clearly not the type of links Google wants to count as a ‘vote’ – which render most SEO-friendly directory submission services redundant.” Shaun Anderson, Hobo 2020

You could, of course, think about submitting your site to directories. There are some good-quality directories out there. A link in ONE OR TWO of these directories will probably get your site into search engines.

Unfortunately, there are a LOT of low-quality links you will probably stumble upon first. That kind of backlink can quickly turn toxic – and too many of them can cause you problems.

You should avoid all low-cost, cheap SEO submission services, especially those based on submitting your site to SEO directories. Often pointless and often risky.

First, forget about link building and focus on creating high-quality content on a fast, responsive website.


How does Google work out where your website ranks?

Just because you’re website is listed in Google doesn’t mean you’ll get traffic. You need to make sure your site is high-quality and search engine friendly. The general understanding is that most engines use a “formula” to determine search intent, keyword relevancy, online reputation and site quality, and more.

The technical term is called an “algorithm”, and each search engine has its own unique algorithm (s) that it uses to rank pages. Generally, this ‘magic’ formula consists of your page title, text content, the number and quality of links pointing back to your site, etc, etc.

Here is how Google works out where you rank:

  1. Crawling: Googlebot discovers your site and content.
  2. Indexing: Google stores data in a searchable index.
  3. Keywords: Google analyses content for relevant terms.
  4. Ranking factors: Google considers more than 200 factors for ranking.
  5. PageRank: Google evaluates sites based on link quality metrics.
  6. User intent: Google assesses search query meaning.
  7. Mobile-friendliness: Google prioritises responsive sites.
  8. Loading speed: Google favours fast-loading websites.
  9. Security: Google gives preference to secure sites (HTTPS).
  10. User experience: Google rewards sites with good UX.

Before you try to add your site to the search engines, you should understand what they look for when they decide how to rank your site.

Some say Google uses over 200 signals to rank a page, all weighted differently, at any one time – and Google likes this flux. It makes manipulating their results pages more difficult.

It’s important to note that every search engine is different in how they rank sites. Bing and Google do have very similar guidelines, though.

QUOTE: “There are rules when it comes to ranking in search engines.” Shaun Anderson, Hobo, 2020

Some may look at meta tags, some may ignore them and just place emphasis on your body content. These days, most metadata is becoming less and less important and often ignored.

QUOTE: “Ranking high in Google has far more to do with relevance and reputation of high-quality content, user satisfaction and online popularity than simple meta tag optimisation.” Shaun Anderson, Hobo, 2020

Because of SPAM abuse, many search engines no longer use these tags to help rank pages, but you should still include them because they do use them to display information about your site.

For example, whatever is inside the title tag is often, but not always, the resource the search engine will use as the title of your page in the search results snippet.

QUOTE: “To maximise usability across devices, stick to a shorter concise title of between 50-60 characters. Expect Google to count up to 12 words maximum in a title element. There should only be one page title element on a page.” Shaun Anderson, Hobo 2020

The surest way to get into all the major search engines is to be linked from lots of sites that already appear in Google and Yahoo and Bing. Social signals certainly play a part in the discovery of new pages and sites in some engines.


Can social media links get your site indexed by search engines?

Probably. If you do a lot of it.

Google certainly spiders Twitter and Facebook (where it can) – and links on these websites often spread to other places –  so creating a profile on these websites sometimes works to help a website get into these search engines.

Bing spiders Facebook pages too (they have an agreement with FB). Social media links are often ‘nofollow links‘, though, so they often do not count as a ‘vote’ to your website, so you would not rely on them on their own to improve your rankings.

Do not rely on social media links to get you indexed.

QUOTE: “While social media links themselves hold little value to Google because they are ‘nofollowed’, the buzz made possible by social media can lead to organic links and other positive ranking signals (the holy grail of SEO).” Shaun Anderson, Hobo 2020


Do you need links for search engines to find your site?


Historically, the best way to get into Google, and the other top search engines, was for the search engine spider to find your site through a link that was already on another website, which Google already includes in its index. A link from a blog, forum, or another website would usually suffice, historically. While this is still the case, there are other easier and safer ways to submit your site.

Any link from another website will do as long as Google sees it as a link (rel=nofollow prevents Google from passing Pagerank and other quality signals – but Google said they might still be used for discovery).

QUOTE: “Google recommends that webmasters qualify outbound links so that these type of links do not artificially affect rankings. Simply: Use rel=”sponsored” or rel=”nofollow” for paid links. Use rel=”ugc” or rel=”nofollow” for user generated content links.” Shaun Anderson, Hobo 2020

When it comes to links, you should think about how relevant the page that you want the link from to your website is. Does Google rate the web page highly? If not, a link on that site might be ignored.

Many SEO think relevant links are important but often it’s more important just to get a link from a real website.

QUOTE: “If I get a choice between a 100 Tweets and a one link on a real website, today – I would take the links from real websites or blog posts every time.” Shaun Anderson, Hobo 2020

A link from a reputable website will help Google trust your site more. Ranking high or even number 1 on Google often comes down to reputation and the quality of sites that link to you. Google rates the quality of your website too, in this rank calculation).

If you submit your website to cheap directories or buy links to get into Google, these links can harm your online reputation and rankings in the future. You could be effectively penalised, or removed from Google’s results entirely.

The simple truth is you hardly even need a link for Google to find your website. Google (especially) WILL find your domain within days or weeks, and if your website has unique content on it – it will go into its index quickly.

QUOTE: “Duplicated content is often not manipulative and is commonplace on the web and often free from malicious intent. It is not penalised, but it is not optimal. Copied content can often be penalised algorithmically or manually. Don’t be ‘spinning’ ‘copied’ text to make it unique!” Shaun Anderson, Hobo 2020

It will probably rank high for a little while too. Then drop down the rankings a bit. A ‘honeymoon period’. Maybe it’s to give you a taste of Google traffic – or perhaps it is to determine which quality standards your site fails to meet.

Bypass all this by manually submitting yourself to search engine webmaster tools.

Best of luck!


Submitting your site to search engines FAQ


What does it mean to submit your site to search engines?

Submitting your site to search engines means informing search engines that your website exists and providing them with relevant information about your website’s content and structure. This can help search engines discover and index your website more quickly and accurately.


Do I need to submit my site to search engines?

No, you do not need to submit your site to search engines in order to be indexed. Most search engines use automated software, known as “crawlers” or “spiders,” to discover and index websites on the internet. However, submitting your site to search engines can help speed up the indexing process and ensure that your site is indexed accurately.


How do I submit my site to search engines?

Here are some steps for submitting your site to search engines:

  1. Create a sitemap for your website
  2. Submit your sitemap to Google Search Console and Bing Webmaster Tools
  3. Submit your website URL to other search engines, such as Yahoo and DuckDuckGo
  4. Ensure that your website is optimized for search engines and follows best practices for on-page and off-page SEO


What information should I include when submitting my site to search engines?

When submitting your site to search engines, you should provide basic information about your website, such as your website URL, sitemap URL, and any relevant keywords or topics that describe your website’s content. You may also be asked to provide additional information, such as your website’s language, target audience, and location.


How often should I submit my site to search engines?

You generally do not need to submit your site to search engines more than once. Once your site is indexed, search engines will continue to crawl and index your site on a regular basis, as long as your site is updated and follows best practices for SEO. However, if you make significant changes

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