I am getting more than a dozen visits from Google and Yahoo search every day.
But I am not getting visits from Lycos and Altavista.
I wonder why Lycos and Altavista aren't sending visitors.
Can anybody help me solve this problem?
I did get one hit from altavista on my hub about golden parachutes. I thought it was pretty random. I really think that altavista has long since dropped from being a major contender in the search engine field, and that's why the hits are so few and far between.
That's because everyone is on google and yahoo. I don't personally know anyone these days who doesn't primarily use those two.
That will be because no hardly uses those engines :I find for every 100 google vistiors I might get 10 from yahoo 1 from msn and 0.1 from altavista
I don't think that no one uses them.
They are in business for so many years.
They have nice websites.
They look good.
But still don't send visitors
by Gary Anderson 3 years ago
I thought if a hubpage was listed in Google search it was featured. But apparently that is not the truth. I guess I will keep the hubs up and run my own check on them.
by Rafini 8 years ago
I came up 4th.It's exciting to see where you're listed, check it out!
by UltimateMovieRankings 7 years ago
When I post my hubs....I register them with Google, Yahoo, and Bing....but only Google actually puts them in the search results...very quickly I might add......Bing and Yahoo pretty much act like my hubs do not exist....any tips would be greatly appreciated.
by kobimal 10 years ago
free ways are better
by knslms 10 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 Anas Shad 6 years ago
While I was in the forums, i saw a lot of hubbers complain about the effect of the Google Panda on their traffic and earnings. Some even so disappointed that they were thinking about quitting hubpages. I was wondering that Google is not the only search engine in the market. Google has strong...
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