Hi. I have been watching a few of my hubs climb to p1 in Google search ...Using the same keywords at Bing and Yahoo, my hubs are nowhere to be found. It's been a while now (months)
Will Hubpages ever rank with search engines other than big G ??
Some of my keywords rank better for bing/yahoo however it does not help as most of the searches are still done through Google...
I was told 60/40...60% google, 40% everybody else... is that close ??
Google provided a little over 25% of my traffic today. I am lucky to receive a trickle of traffic from a lot of sources. Twitter has been good to me today.
To clarify, 25% from Google.com. I have a bunch from the myriad of other Google sites as well.
RB..I would get trashed if I asked this as a new discussion. So I'll ask my really dumb question here....
I've never used Twitter... How does Twitter actually create ANY traffic to an HP article??
People tweet a link of my article, others then retweet it. I personally only tweet and fb the link once. I believe that it helps the search engines index the article once it is published AND featured!
Google has 82.70% of search market share. Bing and Yahoo (which is powered by Bing) receive 14.45%. Because more people search using Google, more traffic to HubPages comes from that search engine.
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