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Why My Sites Disappear from Bing.com Database?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by nichkhun, Feb 13, 2011.

  1. nichkhun

    nichkhun Junior Member

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    What happen with Bing.com?

    I have a lot of sites that used to indexed at Bing.com. But today I check and very surprise because all of my sites or subdomain appear to 0.

    In additional, I mean it like to removed but I misunderstand about this affect because it not used to make this before. Or they begin to use some algorithm from Google?
     
  2. wpbacklinks

    wpbacklinks Elite Member

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    i think bing and google use different algorithm, my site rank well for my 1st,2nd and 3rd primary keyword for bing, but got lower rank for 2nd and 3rd keyword from google.

    maybe this is Bing sandbox!! :p
     
  3. littlewebdragon

    littlewebdragon Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    From some reason Bing.com and Yahoo.com became sort of strange...

    I own website that has pretty sweet amount of backlinks, and it's listed on G, but from some reason it was not listed on Yahoo or Bing.

    Then I went in, registered, submitter my website manually to Y and B, and it's in now. :)

    Regarding traffic, still 0, but my website is just few months old and I'm doing "slow" motion with it...
     
  4. cyberzilla

    cyberzilla Elite Member Premium Member

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    Add your site sitemap in Bing Webmaster tool so that you can find the issue..

    Code:
    http://www.bing.com/webmaster/WebmasterManageSitesPage.aspx
    If the traffic from Bing is very minimal, forget about it and move on..
     
  5. Scripteen

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    Who cares? work on google.
     
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    Very True :)

    I was about to post the same, but you did it already.

    My bad :(

    ~ExP~
     
  7. nichkhun

    nichkhun Junior Member

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    Because I didn't found this case that Bing.com removed my all domains from them database.