Msg#: 3048817 posted 5:44 pm on Aug 16, 2006 (gmt 0)
Our referral traffic from Yahoo SERPs has dropped significantly last week, while our rankings for the most important search phrases we're tracking remained the same. We've seen about 20% traffic drop week-over-week last week, and it's further down 10% this week.
Google traffic remained the same, so it doesn't seem to be a seasonal drop for our business.
My guess would be that Yahoo has launched their redesigned homepage on a large scale in the US last week, and it doesn't convert to searches as well as the old one used to.
Msg#: 3048817 posted 8:02 am on Aug 21, 2006 (gmt 0)
my website was so too, the traffic came from yahoo search declined quite drastically this month, my website is a big site and i never change anything, i am confused for it, any guys can help give me some suggestions. thank you
Msg#: 3048817 posted 10:20 am on Aug 21, 2006 (gmt 0)
i am confused for it
welcome to the yahoo-yoyo. my site went missing a month ago. i contacted Y! support and asked them to check. didn't get a reply but my site suddenly came back at #50. then it went up to #38. two days ago, i added an rss feed at Yahoo's mySites. yesterday, my site went missing again.
am i worried? no... not anymore. this is the Yahoo YoYo. I've given up worrying. if your site is white-hat, give it some time before your contact them.
Msg#: 3048817 posted 9:33 pm on Aug 21, 2006 (gmt 0)
Thanks for the replies.
But the weird thing is that the search rankings for my site haven't changed at all. Our pages still rank very well. I was convinced that it happened because the new Yahoo homepage simply discourages people from searching (there's more original content on it). But if noone else noticed the referal drop, I guess it must be something else.
Msg#: 3048817 posted 8:11 pm on Aug 24, 2006 (gmt 0)
My traffic from Y is way down today. That's why I am here. To see what is happening. Haven't really checked my serp rankings yet. Y has always been my best traffic. Google is only like a distant friend. MSN loves my site but isn't a big traffic deliverer. Gee...wonder what it would be like to have all three at once.