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Ranking in G00gle and Yahoo fine, but not Bing. Why?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by seeplusplus, Aug 15, 2011.

  1. seeplusplus

    seeplusplus Power Member

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    I've been building backilinks to my site for the past month now, and am getting good result in G00gle and Yah00, but according to the RankTracker tool, I still have no results in the top 100 in Bing.

    I'm pretty clueless as to why this may be.

    When I search my domain name (without the .com extension), Bing just shows my root domain, and it's facebook page, and apart from that there is nothing apart from the whois sites which list newly registered domains.

    Has anyone ever experienced this? Any ideas why this may be the case?
     
  2. masterjani

    masterjani Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Don't care about bing.It wont give you much traffic.Still if you want to have bing ranking then you have to create more authority links and article links
     
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  3. seeplusplus

    seeplusplus Power Member

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    Thanks linksmaster, so do you think bing is just more choosy over the domains it lists?

    I did an AMR blast around 10 days ago, and so have around 125 articles linking directly to it, which for the past couple of days I've been blasting with scrapebox.
     
  4. jerzydawg

    jerzydawg Supreme Member

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    I find it is alittle more difficult to end up with Bing and Yahoo but it does happen over time naturally. I read that meta tags are a more concern for Bing when it comes to ranking so you might want to focus on that. Either way, focus on Google. That is where most of your traffic will be coming from.
     
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    If your site is new please wait, Bing will index very slow compared to others. Re-submit it.
     
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  6. seeplusplus

    seeplusplus Power Member

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    Thanks jerzy,

    Yeah, all the on-site SEO is done, it just seems a little weird, but I guess I'll give it another month and see if anything changes.

    Definitely want to focus on Google though, like you say, and here in the UK 98% (I think it is) of all searches are done through Google. Just seems wird that Bing is soo slow, or choosy, I thought Yahoo was slow! lol.

    @Scorpion, yeah, think I will in a couple of weeks, the site has around 40 pages of content already