There is no need to submit to any other engines, not even...
AOL Search -- your listings are displayed automatically in AOL's Search Engine when you bid on keywords at Overture (which uses Inktomi for its "backup" search results, so you're covered when you submit to Inktomi via HotBot).
MSN Search -- you are listed automatically in MSN's Search Engine when you submit to Inktomi. (You submit to the Inktomi index through HotBot or through the paid inclusion program available at PositionTech.com or NetworkSolutions.com.)
Netscape Search -- you are listed automatically in Netscape's Search Engine when you bid on keywords at Overture (which uses Inktomi for its "backup" search results, so you're covered when you submit to Inktomi via HotBot). Also, Netscape use Google as a secondary Search Engine. So you're covered there, too. (Overture's network partners often only display between the first and third place listings.)
You can no longer batch submit URLS to AltaVista. It has come up with a creative way to force a human to actually go the submission page in order to submit... you have to enter the 8 characters from a displayed graphic into a Submission Code box, then enter your URL and then press the Submit button.
Check it out yourself...
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