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How to optimize the website to be listed in Yahoo and Bing?
Is it good enough to be listed on the top pages in Google? I'm bit confused about SEO for Yahoo and Bing.Please help me.
Google is the best choice when optimizing.
To be honest, the only way to be listed highly on all three is pay per click advertising or by being an extremely established website.
Google, Yahoo, and Bing all use different rating algorithms, and many factors that help one score hurt another, making is very difficult to please them all at the same time.
Overall, you'll get more hits on your website if you optimize for Google first.
by Norman Stein5 years ago
Just a thought, with all the Panda stuff going on I was wondering if anyone has tried going this route.
by Jonas4 years ago
Why do people use Bing instead of Google?What's so great about the search engine Bing? DO you use Bing?
by vespawoolf5 years ago
What determines whether a hub gets traffic from Google or Yahoo?Almost all my traffic comes from Google. Is there a way to get more traffic from Yahoo?
by WorkAtHomeMums6 years ago
Ok this is probably a stupid question but here goes....I know all about the google keyword tool etc. Maybe not ALL about it but I use it for keyword research. And I assume that the results are the for google search...
by Oyewole Folarin7 years ago
I noticed that 98% of my hub organic traffic is from google, why not from other search engines, specifically yahoo search engine and bing?
by Peter Brown8 years ago
Did you hear the news? It's everywhere.http://www.businessweek.com/technology/ … 826397.htmYahoo and Microsoft agreed to a 10 year deal where Yahoo backs away from focusing on its search engine so that Bing can...
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