first place for main keywords

by Julio
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Hello,

I was checking yahoo, aol and bing and I noticed that I was hitting first place for my main keywords then if I switch the keywords around I was in 4 place. Now in google I'm no where to be found I checked a serp checker and it says that I am in place 96 but when I look at google i'm not there.

My blog is only 1 month old one thing I did added an extra year to my domain name registration and I plan on adding 3 more to make it 5 years of registration.
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  • Profile picture of the author Nancy Verdi
    I have been experience for the same issue, if I watch keyword ranking in Google does not visible. In Yahoo and Bing are visible. I think this possible issue came up by IP location track by Google because if I watch that keyword in proxy server some time visible or sometime not. This is a hard to explain exact issues.
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  • Profile picture of the author yukon
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    Originally Posted by Julio View Post

    Hello,

    I was checking yahoo, aol and bing and I noticed that I was hitting first place for my main keywords then if I switch the keywords around I was in 4 place. Now in google I'm no where to be found I checked a serp checker and it says that I am in place 96 but when I look at google i'm not there.

    My blog is only 1 month old one thing I did added an extra year to my domain name registration and I plan on adding 3 more to make it 5 years of registration.




    Serious about search:
    • Google



    Not serious about search:
    • AOL
    • Bing
    • Yahoo

    There's the difference.
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    • Profile picture of the author savidge4
      I'm really not trying to be a piss ant here.. but for me personally I would love to have #1's on yahoo and AOL all day long. There has been a ton of research over the years that clearly point out the conversion rates is better with those 2 than with Google.

      The only way Google makes up for the lack of conversion is the shear volume of traffic. And I personally have cases with a few physical products I sell.. that even with the volume of traffic, I simply sell more from AOL specifically than I do from 3x the traffic from Google.

      Originally Posted by yukon View Post

      Serious about search:
      • Google



      Not serious about search:
      • AOL
      • Bing
      • Yahoo

      There's the difference.
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      • Profile picture of the author yukon
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        Originally Posted by savidge4 View Post

        The only way Google makes up for the lack of conversion is the shear volume of traffic. And I personally have cases with a few physical products I sell.. that even with the volume of traffic, I simply sell more from AOL specifically than I do from 3x the traffic from Google.


        One or two or however many cases isn't the BIG picture of what's going on across the web.

        AOL is a drop in the bucket compared to the volume of traffic browsing Google SERPs.
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  • Profile picture of the author addnetit
    First of all check the indexing information on google by using the following syntax :site:domain address
    For example www.xyz.com
    Secondly check manual actions in webmaster tool ie make it spam free.
    Later change the content of the website and reindex the website.
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  • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
    Was there a question here? If you are asking why the results are different in different search engines it is because ... well ... they are different and use different algorithms. It is like asking why one college is better than another since they all have books and classes.

    If you are asking why Google says it is in position #96 but you do not see it there it is because #1, Google shows the AVERAGE search position and #2 Google may show different results to you than they do to someone else based on your geo-location and browsing history.
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  • Profile picture of the author HangTenSEO
    I always find it is much easier to rank in Yahoo & Bing vs Google short term. My guess is people aren't as optimized for those search engines like they are on Google. I will often find clients haven't submitted sitemaps to Bing, but they have to Google.

    The other factor of course is competition and how the Search Engines do their algorithms.
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  • Profile picture of the author paulgl
    How much time do you people have on your hands? Seriously!

    aol, bing, yahoo (with minor exceptions) are all the same.

    Good techniques are good techniques across the board.

    Anyone who targets bing on its own, is a fool.

    Of course switching some words around will yield different results.
    (Like one needs to try it to confirm it?)

    You people have waaaaaaaaaaaaaaay too much time on your hands.

    Yeah...and upping your domain registration for 1 then 5 years... YEAH BABY!
    Now you are on the road to success!

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    • Profile picture of the author paulgl
      Originally Posted by MakeMoneyOnlineAM View Post

      Someday it is occur for upgrade that is yahoo. But after few times it may ok. Your internet site should have to article that is old it's mixture for google rank.
      Man, that aint human....

      Just think, last week I couldn't even spell "make money online" and now I is doing it!

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      • Profile picture of the author yukon
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        Originally Posted by paulgl View Post

        Man, that aint human....

        Just think, last week I couldn't even spell "make money online" and now I is doing it!

        Paul

        Blame it on the Mad Dog 20/20.
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  • Profile picture of the author KarenByerly
    Originally Posted by Julio View Post

    Hello,

    I was checking yahoo, aol and bing and I noticed that I was hitting first place for my main keywords then if I switch the keywords around I was in 4 place. Now in google I'm no where to be found I checked a serp checker and it says that I am in place 96 but when I look at google i'm not there.

    My blog is only 1 month old one thing I did added an extra year to my domain name registration and I plan on adding 3 more to make it 5 years of registration.
    Work for getting better on google. It's not a big deal about yahoo, aol and bing. I really don't care about these personally.
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
    Originally Posted by HangTenSEO View Post

    I always find it is much easier to rank in Yahoo & Bing vs Google short term. My guess is people aren't as optimized for those search engines like they are on Google. I will often find clients haven't submitted sitemaps to Bing, but they have to Google.

    The other factor of course is competition and how the Search Engines do their algorithms.
    That is silly. There is no optimizing for Yahoo and Big versus optimizing for Google.

    And as far as sitemaps, 99.99% of websites don't need them. If your website needs a sitemap to rank better and get crawled properly, you either intentionally have orphaned pages for some reason or your site structure absolutely sucks.
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    • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
      Originally Posted by MikeFriedman View Post

      That is silly. There is no optimizing for Yahoo and Big versus optimizing for Google.

      And as far as sitemaps, 99.99% of websites don't need them. If your website needs a sitemap to rank better and get crawled properly, you either intentionally have orphaned pages for some reason or your site structure absolutely sucks.
      I couldn't agree more. If you have a sitemap, great; go ahead and submit it. It won't help your pages rank better and it likely won't help them get indexed any faster or more thoroughly. If you think a sitemap is going to get otherwise un-indexed pages indexed, you are fooling yourself and have far bigger issues than a sitemap to deal with.
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  • Profile picture of the author Julio
    Thank you for all the replies everyone.

    My blog is only one month old now.

    When I do site:myname it shows pages 86 pages indexed.
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  • Profile picture of the author ziyapathan
    Keyword should be place in title tag,not to be confused with your "Page Title," the Title tag text shows up in several places including as the bolded blue text on Google Search Engine Results pages.
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