What search engines other than google do you get traffic from?
we're doing quite well on Bing lately one way and another, the traffic is still 1/10 of Google, but it seems Bing users are possibly not so web-savvy and are much more likely to click the things you want them to, so it's valuable nonetheless.
I get a decent amount from Yahoo, and have had several from Bing. Sadly, I haven't gotten a single read from AskJeeves.
Other search engine yahoo,MSN and other.
Yahoo and bing. I never receive from other search engines other than google, yahoo and bing.
Till now, there is not even a single search engine other than Google sending me any sort of traffic.
My main source of search engine traffic is from Google which is about 70% of my traffic from search engines. Next is Bing with 20% and finally Yahoo with approximately 10%.
If you are looking for further sources I would try a Facebook fan/business page. I find that I get about a third of my total traffic from the social media giant.
It may not be a search engine but it is increasingly becoming great way of generating traffic.
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