My traffic for Bing and Yahoo has gone up around 400% lately. It still lags far behind Google but it has cut into Google's stranglehold on search engine traffic to my hubs. Has this happened with anybody else and what do you attribute it to if it has happened for you?
I hadn't noticed but, yes, I see the same is true for my traffic, now that you mention it. It is not due to anything I've done, so much be something about the search engines, is all I know.
I have not noticed it on my traffic. I have noticed google increase but I am new at hubpages so I believe it will take some time. It is good to see others have increased traffic.
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