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?
I think hubpages is not registered in them or unable to follow the rules of MSN,AOL and other search engines
Chances are you don't get much traffic from them because they're almost nonentities. I could be wrong but I believe google, yahoo and bing are the most used search engines and the rest pale in comparison.
Yahoo & bing are going to collaborate on search data so expect some traffic from bing soon.
I too have same problem. Mostly getting traffic from google and not from some other search engines.
Um, almost no one uses those search engines, that would be the main reason they don't produce much traffic.
Most people use Google to search. For that reason you will see very little in the way of searches from other search engines.
Probably the same reason I'm not getting much traffic from Dogpile or Excite. They're obsolete. Google, Yahoo, and Bing have like 98% of the American market.
by knslms 11 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 Arielqiao 7 years ago
I often review the traffic source of my hubs. I find that I get some traffic from Google,but I can't get ant traffic from other search engine.Why? Do I need to submit my hubs to other search engines?
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I been on a couple of days and pretty much all my traffic is from hubpages. I get a couple from digg but that is about it. How are people getting their traffic from google and other search engine?
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