It has been about 7 days since I started hubbing.
I have seen about 1500 visitors from the 2 main search engines since a started.
1200 from Yahoo and 300 from GooGle. I am expecting Google to increase slowly whereas Yahoo is just to eccentric to really measure anything.
If you want to read the full post that I wrote about check it here: http://hubpages.com/hub/Is-Yahoo-Better … -or-GooGle
I have included screens shots of my analytic accounts for anyone that wishes to take a look, if anyone has a done a post like this in the past I would love to see the link as I love comparing.
I'm curious why you use GooGle instead of Google? I noticed it in you hub too.
I have been using GooGle for a long time, its one of my little quirks.
karpouzian I have 30 hubs, and you have 5. If you are getting 250 search engine visitors from 5 hubs, if you multiply that by 7 imagine how many you can get?
Is there a difference in GooGle and Google?
hmmm going to go and hit search engine...never heard of that before or seen that.
Great...one more thing to confuse me!
It's generally not accepted polite to add your links to your hubs and ask people to go check it out if they want, unless in the appropriate forum section (Extreme Hub Makeover). I'm surprised the link wasn't snipped.
Also, Google looks a whole lot better than GooGle. Pretty sure if they liked that better, they would have chose that form instead.
Christine, it's just his preferred method of typing it. No difference.
wow. how did you manage to get so much traffic? can you write a tips on that?
oh ok...thanks Whitney...that is kind of what I was thinking. But then my brain is full trying to learn all this SEO pooh...so who knows at this point! ;o)
by Bonnie Ramsey 11 years ago
If I am getting traffic from dogpile but I have never listed anything with them, could I safely assume that this traffic is from some sort of backlink from someone else? I'm not real savvy in this traffic resource stuff other than reading where it is coming from. Now, I am curous to know...
by Vespa Woolf 6 years ago
What determines whether a hub gets traffic from Google or Yahoo?Almost all my traffic comes from Google. Is there a way to get more traffic from Yahoo?
by knslms 10 years ago
I have been getting a decent amount of traffic from google but I recieve very little traffic from yahoo and the other search engines. I used to own a website with the same problem. Does anyone know what I am doing wrong, or if this is normal?
by avan989 7 years ago
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by habib9422 8 years ago
I am getting traffic from hubpages and getting little bit traffic from google. Please suggest me how to improve google traffic for my hubs.
by sarovai 8 years ago
My hubs gets more traffic from Google ,Yahoo and google from respective countries. I didnot see any traffic ,atleast one from Msn or Aol or other search engines. Why it is so? Or to get traffic from other search engines what tips I can get from my fellow hubbers?
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