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According to Web Pro News,Yahoo got 196.6 unique US visitors and Google got 192.3 million unique US visitors for July of this year. Google should be realizing that they aren't giving the best results. Maybe we should put more of our focus on what Yahoo wants.
Anyone have any ideas what Yahoo wants?
As far as I understand, what google used to want. Lots and lots of faked up backlinks.
I should have added that this isn't search engine traffic only, but includes traffic for Yahoo mail etc too.
I don't really understand how it all works. But I had a friend who had an online business and she said most of her traffic came from writing articles on yahoo. This was about 6 years ago so I don't know if Yahoo still has the same writing platform.
Those figures are for traffic to the websites, not users using the search engines. Yahoo is primarily an entertainment site and Google is not.
Presently, the Google search engine gets 83.13% of market share and Bing gets 14.20% (5.80% directly and another 8.40% through Yahoo). All search results on Yahoo are powered by Microsoft's Bing search engine.
Bing wants the same things that Google does when it comes to search engine results. Here's a link to Bing's Webmaster Guidelines:
http://www.bing.com/webmaster/help/webm … s-30fba23a
Was it Bing or Yahoo that Matt Cutts once proved had scraped it's algorithm? It was a few years ago, I think.
As I recall Google built into their algorithm a specific search result for a specific nonsensical string of characters. What a surprise when (Bing? Yahoo?) showed an identical result! Cutts even posted the search results somewhere for the world to see. Just after, of course, the competition went on record as all aggrieved that they would never, never steal such knowledge - they had their own engineers and didn't need to stoop to industrial espionage. Funny as all get out!
by Mubin1238 years ago
It has been about 7 days since I started hubbing.I have seen about 1500 visitors from the 2 main search engines since a started.1200 from Yahoo and 300 from GooGle. I am expecting Google to increase slowly whereas...
by Csanad7 years ago
Do you have any hubs where your Yahoo search traffic is more that all the Google searches combined (thats Google with different domains (TLDs))? I have a few, although not many.
by Bonnie Ramsey10 years ago
If I am getting traffic from dogpile but I have never listed anything with them, could I safely assume that this traffic is from some sort of backlink from someone else? I'm not real savvy in this traffic resource stuff...
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 Gary Anderson9 years ago
So how do I fix this? Google hates me, and I know it.
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...
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