Do you do SEO for search engines other than Google?
To be quite honest I hardly ever use Google, but I still write with Google SEO in mind. This seems extremely one sided as we there are a lot of search engines out there that receive steady traffic. Shouldn't we keep these in mind also?
Yes, I think it is always good to keep these others in mind, but the vast majority of my traffic comes exclusively through Google, thus I focus most of my effort there.
The thing is that Google has the biggest share of all the search engines out there. More people use Google to search the Internet, period. Also, if you're optimizing your content for Google, you're optimizing for all the search engines because Google leads the way in trying to deliver the best results for its users. Yahoo and Bing may not do it the same way Google does, but they want the same thing--the most relevant results--so any SEO you do is going to help you with all the search engines.
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