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All pages indexed in Google and doing well... bing/yahoo... not so much

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by majestry, Dec 18, 2010.

  1. majestry

    majestry Junior Member

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    I don't get it. All my pages are in google and starting to get some decent rankings for this website that I've had for about a month and only the home page is indexed by bing/yahoo and it isn't even ranking in the top 1000 despite me submitting them and building a good amount of links throughout the site. Any good ideas for remedying this besides building more backlinks and hoping that yahoo and bing get their nonsense together and index the rest of my pages?
     
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    nufaman Elite Member

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    I'd rather have one page well ranked in google than 100 pages ranked in yahoo or bing
     
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    Register on Yahoo/Bing and submit the sitemap of your site.
    And I found that Yahoo/Bing like exact keyword domains.
     
  4. majestry

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    I did that the same day that I did it with google. Also, I'm not even talking about ranking, I'm talking about indexed. The pages aren't even indexed in the other two.
     
  5. majestry

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    Well... I wouldn't say 100 though I guess it depends on what is ranking. I agree that google is much more important but losing out on 20% of the traffic would be a shame. Also, I have noticed that it is much easier to get top rankings on the other two than it is on google.
     
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    You just need some backlinks from indexed pages in those 2 engines.
    maybe you can scrapebox them?
     
  7. nufaman

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    Yahoo takes ages to index pages. I did a 301 on several domains a while ago and they are still showing up at yahoo, while google did the update and is showing the new domain after a couple of days
     
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    I have found that Yahoo and Bing are about 4 weeks behind Google on what they rank. I tested it with a new site and it was ranked on Google within 48 hours. Low competition. Yahoo was 4 weeks after that.
     
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    Google indexed 'mainpage' (index.php) ASAP >< Just maybe yahoo/bing indexing it within weeks

    Google indexed 'others pages' within weeks >< Just maybe yahoo/bing indexing it within months (or years)

    BTW, it happen to me (and my clients)
    I think you all have the same issue, isn't it?