I took a looksie at my hub statistics and there was a major shift in the line up. One of my more recent hubs shot up in views and number. I looked at the traffic source portion, and to my surprise I notice Bing..... have any of you notice this? I just thought it was weird because the shift literally happened over night. I have no idea how Bing picked it up and I would love for it to do the same for my other hubs. Thanks!
I had a very sudden huge increase in Bing traffic starting on June 6th. It's stayed pretty steady since then.
I'm so curious to see what the next few weeks bring as far as traffic
All I know is that Bing and Yahoo have more strict guidelines apparently than many other search engines as for example my best ranking Hub that I now hold 2 spots on the front page for broad search and as many as 5 spots on page 1 for phrase match search on google and a few other search engines is not even listed with Bing and Yahoo.
I do get a hit from Bing and Yahoo on occasion but too few to give a hoot about.
Oh, okay well maybe it was something else that bumped my one hub up so quickly. I'm still learning my way around the mechanics of Hubpages. Thanks for your input.
Bing is good sense of traffic for me too. After Hubpages and google bing is my third highest traffic contributor.
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