Yahoo has signed a deal to replace its search engine with Bing.
About thirty percent of my visitors come via Yahoo at present, less than 1 percent come from Bing. I wrote a lot of Hubs with Yahoo in mind. I haven't written any for Bing.
Am I soon to see a thirty per cent collapse in visitor numbers. Will top ranked sites in Yahoo stay top ranked in Bing?
Informations from anyone who follows these things would be appreciated.
Wow me too! I have no idea, I hadn't hear of this until now.
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