Discussion in 'Google' started by Tommy Matalino, Jul 13, 2012.
I have noticed that most SEO techniques all points to Google. Is SEO only for Google?
Since most people use Google, most of your traffic will come from there, assuming you do SEO and rank well. So you'll want to do SEO for Google
Seo is for any search engine.
If you do SEO for Google, you're likely to attract some traffic from the other search engines. Though supposedly, Bing is more focused on content driven sites and uses bounce rate to determine placement of sites in their search engine, not just backlinks.
Are there any techniques made specially for other search engines such as BING or Yahoo?
Bounce rate? How do they calculate that?
A bounce is when a person clicks through from the search engine link onto a page and then clicks back to the search results.
Does closing the window affects the bounce rate?
Oh! Very good question. I've only read about bounce rates as when the person clicks back to search engines. I'm assuming there is no way for a search engine to know how long you stayed on the page if you don't click back. The theory is probably that a person won't abandon their search results if they don't find what they want.
That's what I also read. But I haven't read anything on how the "closing of windows" affect the site's bounce rate...
Hopefully, someone could enlighten us in this matter.
I'm assuming there is no way for a search engine to know how long you stayed on the page if you don't click back.Google is best for SEO.
seo for all search engines, the most popular is google
Don't they get data from Google Analytics installed on your site?
SEO is for all search engines
But we all know that they all have different algorithms, right? So how different are the techniques used in each one?
Bing is the only search engine that i've read where they specifically stated their dislike of high bounce rate. Though it might probably be assumed that all search engines count that as a strike against your site's quality.
Google is more popular search engine in time.
So always people want to SEO for Google.
Google is the major player on the market, so it's fair to say that you deal mainly with him. The rest of the search engines are not that important.
Also, if you are targeting Google, you're likely to be included in other search engines by default.
But there are still many people using search engines aside from Google, right? So what about it? Does that mean we will forget about them? How's the potential visitors?
What is the percentage of your traffic coming from yahoo, bing, baidu, yandex etc. Once you optimize good for Google, yahoo and the rest will index you even though you will not be the leading website in the field.
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