Yahoo Algo?

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Offline rogerlucas

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Re: Yahoo Algo?
« Reply #10 on: 10-07-2012, 07:50:43 »
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I would like to say yahoo website is not big according to Google

Yes u r right yahoo is not big then google but yahoo is not less then google.


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Re: Yahoo Algo?
« Reply #11 on: 11-22-2012, 21:17:42 »
Yahoo’s search engine is as important as Google’s search engine. And have a lot has changed as far as Yahoo’s algo is concerned

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Re: Yahoo Algo?
« Reply #12 on: 11-28-2012, 03:57:50 »
Hi friend
I am only focus on Google algorithm 

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Re: Yahoo Algo?
« Reply #13 on: 11-28-2012, 05:15:38 »
One thing to consider is what country you are marketing to. Different countries have different proportions of people using different search engines. In Australia where I live Google has about a 90% market share so it makes sense for me to just target Google if I'm working on a local site.

If I'm targeting the US where Yahoo and Bing have a somewhat higher market share I'll consider them more. I find they place more emphasis on content and less on backlinks than Google does. Google says content is king, but they go more by backlinks popularity and authority, in my experience

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Re: Yahoo Algo?
« Reply #14 on: 12-11-2012, 23:49:31 »
I think each search engine have their own Algo. But Google is having very large database according to other search engine so we always follow Google if You are fulfill the requirements of Google then other search engine accept your site as well.


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Re: Yahoo Algo?
« Reply #15 on: 12-17-2012, 22:50:15 »
An algorithm is the process by which you solve a problem; for programming understanding how to do something is more important than getting the language right.

For example - an algorithm to find the square of a number would be the following:
multiply that number by itself;
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Re: Yahoo Algo?
« Reply #16 on: 02-21-2013, 03:04:30 »
1. How does your search engine treat the No Follow attribute?

* Google : The Googlebot does not follow that link.
* Yahoo : If we find a link we make it available to our algorithms to find new content, whether it has a ‘no follow’ attribute or not. However, if the ‘no follow’ attribute is present, it means that no attribution is given to the target from the source of the link.

2. If a site has no web citations and only has one link pointing to it, and that link is from a Wikipedia entry, would your search engine find that site and index it even though the link uses a No Follow attribute?

* Yahoo : Yes, the link is available to our crawlers for finding the target. Then the target will be crawled and indexed based on our algorithms.
* Google : Assuming that link is still no-followed per Wikipedia’s current practice, we will not find much less index that page (remember, this is page, not site related; if links to other pages on that site are not no-followed, we will see and potentially index those pages).

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Re: Yahoo Algo?
« Reply #17 on: 02-22-2013, 05:46:09 »
hi

dude yahoo and bing has same algo. so whole world is concentrating on google algo even 80% of traffic is drived frm google itself
yahoo is nt that much effective  search engine... 

thq

 

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