I am daily getting some traffic from google search engine but it is not that in the case of yahoo.
Have any one have success in getting regular daily traffic from yahoo?
I don't know what you consider a "good number" but I get daily visits from Yahoo to my hubs. It's not much, but then again, I'm pretty new here. I expect it will increase with time and as I make more hubs.
I get daily traffic from yahoo, but by far and away the biggest proportion of my traffic comes from Google
I get a very small amount of traffic from Yahoo and Bing, the niches you target can affect the traffic from the search engines. Different kinds of people use different search engines.
This is interesting. Any idea about what kind of niches or what kind of sites attract huge yahoo visitors?
HubPages is favored by Google. Yahoo recently bought AC and I noticed the drop in Yahoo visits almost immediately. Not that Yahoo ever approached Google in visits, but they would rather promote their own sites instead of sending them here.
Just think who is going to be using what search engine. Yahoo has a loyal fan base from when it was wide spread, Microsoft's market is has changed slightly with bing, it still for the most part gets traffic from people who just use the pre-installed program, but they have made advances (ie. the mobile market).
Yes, google is the most for me as well.
Yahoo provides, give or take, 10 visits per day, approximately less than 1% of my daily traffic overall.
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