I am getting more than a dozen visits from Google and Yahoo search every day.
But I am not getting visits from Lycos and Altavista.
I wonder why Lycos and Altavista aren't sending visitors.
Can anybody help me solve this problem?
I did get one hit from altavista on my hub about golden parachutes. I thought it was pretty random. I really think that altavista has long since dropped from being a major contender in the search engine field, and that's why the hits are so few and far between.
That's because everyone is on google and yahoo. I don't personally know anyone these days who doesn't primarily use those two.
That will be because no hardly uses those engines :I find for every 100 google vistiors I might get 10 from yahoo 1 from msn and 0.1 from altavista
I don't think that no one uses them.
They are in business for so many years.
They have nice websites.
They look good.
But still don't send visitors
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