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Search Engines => Microsoft SEO => Topic started by: Aline Ferreira on 04-20-2017, 06:38:57

Title: why we need yahoo optimization
Post by: Aline Ferreira on 04-20-2017, 06:38:57
Not at all like Google, Yahoo is a substance maker and in addition a web crawler; .... On the off chance that a site gets hailed, you'll have to tidy it up and after that request that Yahoo set it back in ... not demonstrate the inbound connection profile for any site, so this is the main device that we have.
Title: Re: why we need yahoo optimization
Post by: Dewlance on 06-06-2017, 03:01:17
Yahoo is no longer a major player so we don't need to optimize our site for Yahoo  :))
Title: Re: why we need yahoo optimization
Post by: kaufenpreis on 07-10-2017, 10:05:20
How popular is Yahoo? Get traffic statistics, rank by category and country, engagement metrics and demographics for Yahoo at Alexa.
Title: Re: why we need yahoo optimization
Post by: damponting44 on 09-18-2017, 22:39:36
Optimizing for 3 search engines at a same time is not an easy task. There were times, when the SEO community was inclined to think that the algorithm of Yahoo! was on deliberately just the opposite to the Google algorithm because pages that ranked high in Google did not do so well in Yahoo! and vice versa. The attempt to optimize a site to appeal to both search engines usually lead to being kicked out of the top of both of them.
Title: Re: why we need yahoo optimization
Post by: richardmsmith on 07-13-2018, 03:04:35
Let’s say you’ve used all of your SEO efforts to optimize for Google and Google alone. You’re on the first or second page of results, right where you want to be. Now let’s pretend that something goes wrong – maybe Google’s algorithm changes and your site gets penalized and knocked off of page one into search engine oblivion. If you’ve spent all of your time optimizing for Google, say goodbye to any and all search engine traffic to your website!

So let’s step back to the beginning of this hypothetical situation and change things up a little bit. You optimize your site primarily for Google, while spending maybe 30% of your time optimizing for Bing and Yahoo. You’ve done enough good work that you’re on the first page for all three search engines.