So one of my hubs gets loads of traffic from Google and practically zilch from Yahoo.
Why would this be?
Far more people use Google, they're the Big Kahuna in the search engine world,
Yahoo is a distant runner up.
I don't know whether I may show stats, but anyway here goes:
Views per month 7600
Google traffic 83%
Yahoo traffic 0.4%
Is Yahoo really that unpopular? The stats are similar for most of my hubs with Google traffic generally about 70 times higher than that from Yahoo.
Google, Bing, Yahoo are separate Search engines. The keywords ranks which your hub gets in Google is not necessary for yahoo and bing case too. MOreover as @eugbug says is also another factor.
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