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How to rank well in Yahoo and Bing

 
Mark
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on 06/21/2011

I have one article here about Pokemon black and white. To get a backlink I wrote another article and published in ezinearticles with a link to my wizzley article.

Now that ezinearticle is in number 4 in Bing and also in the first page in Yahoo but they haven't indexed my wizzley article yet!

 

So, what should I do? 


There is no try, only do - Yoda
chefkeem
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on 06/21/2011

You rank #11 in Google for "which is better pokemon black or white". Thats' very good, considering the huge competition.

Have you submitted your page to Bing and Yahoo?

Bookmarks, tweets and facebook updates help as well.


Achim "Chef Keem" Thiemermann is the co-founder of a pretty cool new platform called...um...er...oh, yeah - Wizzley.com.
Digby_Adams
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on 06/21/2011

I've found that while backlinks don't necessarily increase my Google traffic alot, they do seem to increase my Bing and Yahoo traffic.

Mark
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on 06/21/2011

Yes I have submitted the link to Yahoo annd BIng but still nothing is happening. 


There is no try, only do - Yoda
lakeerieartists
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on 06/21/2011

Maybe they are scared of your avatar??


Paula Atwell (aka lakeerieartists) is the owner of an online art gallery, Lake Erie Artists Gallery and a freelance writer
Mark
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on 06/21/2011

 

Digby_Adams: 21. Jun 2011, 10:35

I've found that while backlinks don't necessarily increase my Google traffic alot, they do seem to increase my Bing and Yahoo traffic.

In this case, backlink is getting the traffic, my article is not 


There is no try, only do - Yoda
Simon
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on 06/21/2011

Both Bing and Yahoo like domains which exist already a bit longer. Wizzley is very new - give it some time to grow :) Google however works differently: It mainly looks at the content itself and evaluates it.


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