You have, or know about, an open site, beginning with http:// exactly, which has English language, quality content, and is created by good, rugged, standard, classic-style HTML means -- and you also have checked that this site is not already included in the search engine? Then type in the exact name -- we normally include only the frontpage (up to the first slash as example of each website -- but type in the frontpage that comes up also, even if it has a little bit after the first slash, e.g. /index.php or /home or such -- there are some exceptions we make for very high quality subsites when these are part of a larger site which respects privacy in a tasteful manner. Since the search engine -- with its mirror sites, showing exactly the same content -- is oriented towards the creative thinker, the creative worker, wanting to be stimulated in various ways and not merely knowing aforehand what is so-called "useful" -- then it makes full sense that the advertisements included are for all, and not 'targeted' at all. Quite apart from the bad taste of 'targeted' ads on computer networks, this means that the advertisement must stand on its own and represent a quality product of general interest, and this will bring increased attention to this product. But this also means that -- in contrast to ideas we had before the big change in May 2013, which we still indicate as a transition date on top of all the search results, all the time -- sometimes some quality selection mechanisms are employed so as to give a presence more to quality than to nonquality sites. For the judgements as to quality, there is a number of philosophical texts on the and sites, as well as on the main G15 Yoga6dorg programming page, that lay forth some standards for this. Feel free to use META DESCRIPTION and META KEYWORDS to get stuff in. Some near-english sites are included sometimes. FOR THE NON-TECHNICAL PERSON: * What is HTML? It is the simplest most safe most standard way of creating webpages, not owned by any company. This is so especially for the first versions of HTML. * What keywords? At least three in size and with only the english alphabet, no digit as first character. But these must be on the front page of your site for this to be included, you don't type them in here. * Why are some sites included in a search that appear not to have this keyword on the front page? Try to View Source in your browser and you'll perhaps find that it is listed there after all, but in a hidden form. There is no attempt to implant artificial intelligence here: this is an honest, standard, easy, natural way to free-search for individual words in a very wide range of sites indeed. * What if my name or my company name is too common to be included? Then I'm sure you can cook up a related name that you also can have on the frontpage of the www webpage somewhere, near its top. * I have tried to list the site for several months, it is still not there: what can be done? Go through the content of the site: the front page must have English text on it, and not masses of meaningless javascript or other programming code on top, and it mustn't be merely based on a plug-in type of programming language. It helps that there's something about it that fits with the notion of quality as presented elsewhere. It helps that it isn't tied up to rediculous groupings such as Twitter or Facebook where people constantly try to up their score of quantity of followers or friends -- we emphasize the value of such as Tumblr, where what matters is the quality of each action that matters, and quantities -- whatever meaning they may sometimes have -- are associated with the good action, not the person or company, not the page itself. For in any attempt to create insiders, such as Facebook constantly tries, there is a byproduct of outsiders, and the latter may represent also those who have genuine quality to contribute with. This is therefore an alternative approach to such as Twitter and Facebook. We regard those who actively support such as Twitter and Facebook as people who have yet work to do on their own insight into what kind of future society we want to contribute to. The role of computers is clear, but we must caution any tendency to make of computer networks a kind of sports-like arena of competition. They are supposed to facilitate beauty, not provide false pillows of high-score trash-quality to sleep on.