So we all know the struggles we are having with Google - I've seen a lot of discussions on the web about the relevance of Google and many people are swithching to other search engines - so do the same SEO principles apply to these search engines, or are there sightly different techniques?
My sites are getting crawled by all sorts of bots things - and indexing thingys - I When I get five minutes I am going to try and hunt their stable down to see where they come from and what.
I think Google is most used search engine. so we have stuck with Google but when its a matter of other search engines like yahoo, bing etc than same SEO principles apply there as I also use bing webmaster tools. by the way all search engines crawled and indexed sites.
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