The traffic drop on Google when Panda hit seems to be mirrored in Yahoo and Bing on my Analytics.
I can't understand why that should be.
I read somewhere that technically Bing is a better search engine than Google and Google is trying to change its algo to match results with Bing. And we know that Yahoo is already getting help from Bing.
What about when Google proved that Bing was cloning its search results?
Actually it's not a reply, I just want to know how to subscribe to Bing, and is it free?
Bing is a search engine, just like Google. If you wait a few days usually your hub will be indexed by the major search engines (google, yahoo, bing) automatically.
Can I just rewind slightly here? If I set my Analytics to six months worth of data I can clearly see the drop in traffic when Panda hit.
So I looked at the individual search engine results, hoping to see perhaps some straws to clutch at in terms of Bing and Yahoo maybe improving.
But to my surprise Bing and Yahoo seem to have dropped in a similar fashion, at the same time, as the Google Panda thwack.
Did they all release major updates at the same time? No.
So I can't see the answer.
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by 3bagsfull 8 years ago
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