I have a lot of high ranked hubs on Google, but Bing and Yahoo seem to ignore me (and most other hubbers). Why?
Strangely enough today I have got more views from yahoo then I have from google.
However googles market share is so large that I wouldn't really both about how high the others rank your hubs personally.
Yahoo eventually ranks hubs, however it seems to take months from my experience.
I don't notice much difference in the actual ranking, just the traffic levels.
So, you're saying that it's just a difference in the sheer traffic that google has that creates the differences in OUR traffic from search engines?
There is a huge difference in traffic from Google compared to Yahoo and Bing purely because more people use Google..
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 Michael Willis 6 years ago
I know the more exposure we have, the more chances for page views. That is not what I am asking about here. I am wondering if we are effected by the quantity of hubs over the quality of maybe a smaller number of hubs.I am looking to delete more older hubs (seasonal in a way) to help boost the more...
by Audrey Selig 6 years ago
I just found my newest hub rated well at Bing and Yahoo. It is still not indexed by Google. This is progress in my humble opinion. I'm happy to find it anywhere.
by Oyewole Folarin 7 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 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 Anas Shad 6 years ago
While I was in the forums, i saw a lot of hubbers complain about the effect of the Google Panda on their traffic and earnings. Some even so disappointed that they were thinking about quitting hubpages. I was wondering that Google is not the only search engine in the market. Google has strong...
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