I have tried in the past to submit my content to Bing/Yahoo and the 3 option's they have to confirm your site does not work.. I have heard other people say they submit their hubs to there so how do I submit my content to bing/yahoo, thanks.
I don't believe it's necessary as the web will eventually crawl these Hubs, yet here is the link for your reference. Just copy and paste the URL of your published Hubs.
Here is the submit to Bing link (Microsoft Bing acquired Yahoo):
I agree with rainsanmartin ..... just like the Google-spiders index your Hub(s) the same will happen for Bing and other search-engines.
by Poon Poi Ming 5 years ago
Hi, I'm trying to submit my hubs to Bing/Yahoo for indexing but they need me to verify ownership of my subdomain by one of several methods, i.e.Option 1: Place an XML file on your web serverOption 2: Copy and paste a tag in your default webpageOption 3: Add CNAME record to DNSHow do I...
by Norman Stein 6 years ago
Just a thought, with all the Panda stuff going on I was wondering if anyone has tried going this route.
by UltimateMovieRankings 7 years ago
When I post my hubs....I register them with Google, Yahoo, and Bing....but only Google actually puts them in the search results...very quickly I might add......Bing and Yahoo pretty much act like my hubs do not exist....any tips would be greatly appreciated.
by Brandon Lobo 6 years ago
I just realized that my Hubs get absolutely no views from Bing and Yahoo; however Google on the other hand still happens to send around 400 a day. Any idea why this is happening? One particular hub actually ranks extremely well on Google and gets me 50% of my traffic, I just searched for similar...
by Sarah Galli 3 years ago
It's easy to add the URL to google but with Yahoo, it's baffled me a bit. When I search 'add URL to Yahoo, I get links to the Yahoo submit URL page, then when I click on add URL that links with bing webmaster page.. bit confusing. Anyway after this point I have been asked to verify the ownership of...
by LucidDreams 5 years ago
With all of the changes Google is consistently making, Submitting to Bing, (Which has an ever growing search user index) may be a good idea. They have webmaster tools and in you focus more on getting traffic from alternative methods, It could potentially save you some grief.I understand that Google...
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