I am getting a whole lot of traffic from Google and a bit of traffic from Yahoo but bing is not giving almost anything.
Google has given thousands of visitors and still giving whereas Bing is still not 100 after 4 months....
What's the problem...How to figure out Bing...
Are there any good hubs which explains the Bing search engine?
Pls give link here.
You can use the internal search engine here by clicking "Hubs" above, then enter "Bing" in the search box. Here is what I found:
A part of the reason you might see poor referrals from Bing stems from market share. Even though Yahoo is starting to include Bing results, if you combine Yahoo's and Bing's share of the search market they are still dwarfed by Google. When looking at like for like rankings Google is always going to send more visitors.
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