How do you rank in non-Google search engines?
I rarely see any traffic from Bing, Yahoo, or any other search engines besides Google. This problem does not occur on websites that I've set up personally. Why does this happen with Hubpages?
I am very new to HP. I have several organic referral. I see that mostly google. I have a few from ask.com. I do not have any Bing or Yahoo so far
I am not sure where I rank. I avoid focusing on rank because I am anti-SEO. That aside, most of my traffic from search engines has obviously come from Google, but I did have a recent referral from Bing to a question. Granted, I have only been on HubPages for about 2 weeks.
Very badly. My hits from non Google search engines are less than 1% of my search traffic. I know Google is the dominant search engine but it only has a 60-90% market share (depending on territory). It's a question I'll look forward to an answer to from someone in the know.
Mostly Google but I do get a wide range, for what that is worth, I've been here for 3 years and have earned all but nothing.
Hate to admit that
It's mostly google for me as well. However you can get other non-search referrals from social bookmarking sites like Digg and SU. They are good options to drive traffic.
Google dominates search engine area, so I haven't try non-Google engines, maybe later.
To be honest, it is probably because barely anyone uses these other search engines...
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