As you all can see from my profile, I've only been here since 3 days ago and have 4 successfully published hubs so I have a quick question here.
When I checked on my traffic source this morning I had 7 coming from bing.com yesterday.
The thing is I'm very new and I haven't even promoted any of my articles anywhere on other websites as I want to concentrate passing the boot camp first and publish more high quality articles because I don't really want my page to look so empty.
Does that means that I'm doing fairly alright with the keywords? This is the first time I'm paying a full attention on this keywords thing and it got my head spinning a bit!
The three big search engines are Google, Yahoo and Bing. When you are receiving traffic from them, you are doing something right. Especially when you have only been here 3 days.
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