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i made a new website just 1 month back and the website has got 1800 results in MSN
500 in google
and 180 in yahoo
Now i must say that MSN is getting real fast and even we came in First 5 for many keywords we targetted and i am watching msn very closely and its giving me a change in SERPs each day.
I must say that there has been a great change in MSN and soon they will be providing a lot of traffic from their search engine.
I must say now >> I used to love Google
But now i love MSN.
Would like to hear from others as well.
And can anyone tell me about some tool which can show that how many searches are made on an average from MSN each day for a certain specific keyword?
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Now, as to MSN kickin' and takin' names on volume of pages indexed, nice to know someone sees something more than I've seen. Many days msnbot is my sole contact with that realm.
Googlebot came in 2 days, Yahoo-slurp still sleeping.
So I love msn-search too :)
Ha! Who cares, if it means getting better top rankings (and traffic) than other search engines.
> More susceptable to keyword stuffing for sure. I guess that suits some people!
What do you mean by 'suits some' in this context? Heck, any better ranking in any search engine is welcomed by any webwaster and if it's done with keyword stuffing (intentionally or unintentionally like in my case), who the hell cares?!
The end user cares for one.
If I get to the top of a search by stuffing keywords in a page then you can bet that there will be a heck of a lot more spammy pages in that index that will be of no use to searchers.
I often notice a lot of people saying that they are ranked highly in MSN but that they get very little traffic from it.
Right now my new site is #1 on MSN, but nowhere in Google. I'm happy I'm doing well with MSN, sure, but the fact is I still get more visitors through Google Adwords than what I get through MSN. And I know Adwords traffic is only a fraction of the traffic that the actual-result pages pull for those keywords...
Oh well, I might be liking MSN a whole lot more when everyone is using the new IE with the MSN search box staring at them!