Google versus Yahoo
Is it easier to rank your page on yahoo than it is on google?
I have no clue. But I wonder why it should matter. People use Yahoo search engine, of course, but there are so many more who use Google that ranking in Google search is the only thing that should really matter to you or me.
Just a random thought. Google SEO and keyword research is too complicated for a new blogger. May be the competition is less fierce on yahoo, and it might yield a sufficient amount of traffic.
by WorkAtHomeMums5 years ago
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by Jonas3 years ago
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by Ultimate Hubber7 years ago
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by luisj3055 years ago
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by Anas Shad6 years ago
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by Xenonlit5 years ago
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