I am pretty much on all the search engines that i want to be on except for Bing. I have tried to submitt to them but I still do not appear on their results. Has anyone bween successfull with it? and if so How on earth did you do it?!!
Bing is really the old MSN search engine, retooled and coordinated with Yahoo.
Did you used to see traffic coming to your Hubs from MSN?
No i have never seen any traffic coming through msn either actually. Some of my pages appear in good places on google, but the majority don't! What can i do to get me on there!? How much traffic are you guys getting from bing?!
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