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.
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