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Optimising for yahoo and bing - help

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by kez1000, Aug 3, 2011.

  1. kez1000

    kez1000 Supreme Member

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    Hey One of my sites is geting good traffic from bing and yahoo and crap from
    Google.. So I am thinking of dominating yahoo and bing for my keywords and
    saying Bye Bye to google hoop diving...

    1. Is yahoo and bing algo SEO and Backlinks etc.. or is it something differen :cool:
    2. is there a keyword tool for yahoo and bing?
     
  2. goredbull

    goredbull Junior Member

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    Work on your onpage seo.Get seoprocessor if you want to spend some bucks for it.But i would say google brings the maximum traffic.My website has been delisted by google which uses adsense only as the moniterization.It was getting $40 a day after delisting its $4.The $4 is what comes from yahoo and msn
     
  3. Cad01

    Cad01 Regular Member

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    Hi, for what i read about Yahoo and Bing, they give more credit and rank higher, pages with a lot of content, the more the better so 500 words(+) is a must, the age of the domain is also taken into account, besides that, the usual onpage seo (specially the title tag) and quality backlinks (about the backlinks i dont know if it's true but i heard that getting some yahoo backlinks helps). Hope it helps, good luck.
     
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    what i found that affects ranking in bing + yahoo recently (as in the last few days i did a test etc) is :-

    1. ******** links (DOES NOT have to be a lot, as long as they are ********) before with bing + yahoo it used to be do thousands of nofollow links and that would get you to the top of bing/yahoo, now they dont seem to have as much/if any effect, but that might be because there are thousands of other links on the same url now.

    2. is the search term in the domain ?

    3. is the search term in the page title ?


    a few other minor factors but these are the 3 main ones that i found that effected bing (which supplies yahoo results as well)
    although bing + yahoo results are still quite different, i.e. where the search is coming from effects the results slightly differently (this is what i found)
     
  5. DamageX

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    Very tight on-page SEO. Yahoo loves keyword stuffing too. :D
     
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    Icecubemedia Newbie

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    Hi,

    Every Search engine having different algorithms so both works accordingly to our guidelines!
     
  7. DamageX

    DamageX Elite Member

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    No shit Sherlock...