Has anybody compare results of Google with other search engines for SEO?
Has anybody done any research comparing ixquick, DuckDuckGo, blekko Yippy or Gigablast? I already know I don like bing, dogpile, Yahoo! or AskJeeves.
I havent compared them , but i like dogpile.com myself. it piles the top results from the top search engines.
I have better luck with Google. The funny thing is that I got more pageviews from them after 3 months of not writing.
I've never tested them before but I have tried to the Bing It On (http://www.bingiton.com/) challenge. It offers a 'side by side' comparison of the two search engines.
by Xenonlit 6 years ago
Google's various tweakings of the Panda search algorithm has not given us better quality in search results. Yeah, the changes are devastating to those of us who write original content, but the content that we need is getting even harder to find!I find that the content aggregators, the bane of a...
by Ness 3 years ago
When using search engines such as Google do you ever look beyond the first search results page?
by Oyewole Folarin 3 years ago
Despite yahoo efforts to be of course the top search engine in world, Google continue to rule. While queries through yahoo search usually has a lower bounce rate, that from Google from my own experience has a bit high bounce rate.
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 Jack Lee 4 months ago
Recently, I noticed a change in how our hubs are treated by the various search engines. It use to be hubpages would rank high in google searches compared to bing and yahoo...In recent days, one of my newly published hub, ranked number 1 in both bing and yahoo searches and yet does not even appear...
by Linda Crist 5 years ago
How do hubs get found by search engines with no tags?I am Internet "dumb" so forgive my question. Since HP stripped our hubs of tags, what does google look for? Will this affect traffic?
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