I was looking at my stats for HP, Blogs etc and I am noticing a recent surge across the board in Bing and Yahoo traffic.
Some of my blogs are growing in traffic because of Yahoo...not Google.
Has Google's constant algo changes finally gotten on Joe Public's nerves?
I know I'm personally using Bing as my search engine now after years of using Google.
Google's results are just way too vague anymore.
Is anyone else seeing this?
Well I was beating my head against a wall for three days looking for something very obscure on Google.
A friend suggested using Bing and not only did I find what I was looking for, but several other websites with info that were not returned in the Google search.
So I started nosing around my stats.
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