Bing is another search engine like Google and Yahoo but since it isn't as popular, there aren't as many people using it, so it doesn't show up as much. I think if your Hubs are doing well in Google, you will eventually get Bing traffic too.
The traffic from Bing (and Yahoo) also depends on your website niche. If you run webmaster related website you will probably get most of the search engine traffic from Google (because these people use Google more).
by Mark Ewbie 7 years ago
I need reassuring.Up until a few months back I understand, maybe wrongly, HP pages got additional boost from Google. That implies (to me) that Google wanted content farms to churn out pages so that every possible search term was covered by pages that had associated Adsense advertising.Now...
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 Drew Breezzy 9 years ago
What are your top 3 traffic sources? not including hubpages
by Caren White 4 years ago
I got hit hard by the latest Google Panda/Penguin updates. My traffic actually fell to single digits! But It's been slowly improving. When I check my stats, I'm still getting only dribbles from Google. My new traffic is coming from Bing and Yahoo Search. Has anyone...
by Charles James 6 years ago
SAGA, you mean the video game console? No, silly. SAGA, Search Alliance Global Algorithm.What is SAGA? It is the completed merger between Yahoo and Microsoft Bing Search Engines for a global audience.What does it encompass? Content, Images, Videos, Links that are considered Market-friendly.What...
by Tessa Schlesinger 2 years ago
Hi Guys,I'd like to post a book I wrote - chapter by chapter. I notice hp has LetterPile now, but, of course, it's no guarantee that they will like my writing. It's a sci fi story.Illustrations are difficult and one needs visual to make it attractive (on a web page anyway). Each chapter is about...
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