I have a lot of high ranked hubs on Google, but Bing and Yahoo seem to ignore me (and most other hubbers). Why?
Strangely enough today I have got more views from yahoo then I have from google.
However googles market share is so large that I wouldn't really both about how high the others rank your hubs personally.
Yahoo eventually ranks hubs, however it seems to take months from my experience.
I don't notice much difference in the actual ranking, just the traffic levels.
So, you're saying that it's just a difference in the sheer traffic that google has that creates the differences in OUR traffic from search engines?
There is a huge difference in traffic from Google compared to Yahoo and Bing purely because more people use Google..
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