Why do some Hub users get more traffic from different search engines?
~Bing It On~
For example, one Hubber I spoke with claimed that the majority of their traffic came from Bing.
For me, 99% of my traffic comes from Google US and many other different countries. I hardly see Bing or Yahoo.
Can anyone explain this?
I took the "Bing it on" challenge which was a blind test that gave you searches from Google & Bing. You then had to choose which one had the best articles. I thought this was a good time to see how Google rated my pages. I would often see my hubs on page 1 of Google, but, none on Bing.
Why is this?
in order to do that you need to know someone who is working in bing, make friend with them and let them know you more, show them that you know what you are writing about and they will access your site personally.
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