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Getting more MSN visits day by day

and Google and yahoo goes down

     
8:47 pm on Aug 29, 2004 (gmt 0)

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I have noticed the last month time, that my Yahoo and Google visits are going down every day on Yahoo I had no changes in serps, on Google I ad a little slip in rankings from the 6th Aug., but its back to normal the last 3 days.

Still the MSN keeps giving me more visits everyday are people going back to MSN.com for seraches, because the rankings has got better the last 1-2 month.

2:49 pm on Aug 31, 2004 (gmt 0)

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For my site with the most traffic I have

August - 3.2% from MSN
July - 2.9%
June - 2.8%

With the main focus of the site being to receive visitors through the organic listings.

Google and Yahoo are up around 45% and 10% respectively. So for me there has not been a huge change.

2:03 pm on Sept 1, 2004 (gmt 0)

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Looking at two of mine I see:

June A) 14.76% B)5.76%
July A) 15.25% B)4.73%
August A) 10.28% B)5.37%

So - not much pattern or conclusions to go on there!

6:39 pm on Sept 1, 2004 (gmt 0)

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Do you think this is a gradual shift away from Google? I have noticed that Yahoo are advertising heavily in London.

Part of teh cause?

3:03 pm on Sept 8, 2004 (gmt 0)

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They are advertising heavily in London? I am 40 miles north and haven't seen a thing... shows what being out of town does.

Anyway - from the stats given so far I cannot see enough to say there is any change in market share. But Nielsen tend to do their own ratings and these I would follow over and above our own experiences. (Follow the trend, not the absolutes).

Dixon.

 

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