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[edited by: tedster at 2:47 pm (utc) on Mar 1, 2013]
I have NEVER written for search engines,
So, take my site for example, with probably 500+ articles.
I wouldn't actually know how to write with SEO in mind to be honest.
I'm stunned that there are still people who believe:
#1. Google gives a flying F@ck about organic
#2. The organic results you see aren't exactly what google intends them to be
Regardless of how much I'd like for Bing to be up there, they just weren't up to it. Mainly due to an overly shallow index. The obscure pages were always found by Google.
I find Bing much more relevant for 1, 2 and 3 keyword searches
[edited by: rango at 9:57 am (utc) on Mar 24, 2013]
Absolutely true for long tail, but I find Bing much more relevant for 1, 2 and 3 keyword searches
Interestingly, the article that has been hit the most severely is a one word topic (a plant)Can't help but ask, it wasn't Saffron was it?
duckduckgoI checked them out a year or so ago and have been on the watch for them but have to say we've gotten less than a handful of hits from them out of millions and we rank for the same terms the same as we do at Google and Bing, some sites do much better.