Yahoo’s exit in search begun with the Bing-Yahoo search alliance. Shortly afterwards, webmasters focusing on both Bing SEO and Yahoo SEO in the US and Canada were advised to use Bing’s Webmaster Tools. Yahoo Site Explorer’s Closure Now Yahoo Site Explorer is officially shut down after Bing’s search algorithm has started to power all global [...]
Yahoo search engine optimization can be easy when you set up your site on Yahoo Site Explorer, a webmaster tool for Yahoo SEO, which is equivalent to Google’s Webmaster Tools and Bing’s Webmaster Tools. You can either use your existing Yahoo ID or create a new Yahoo ID to sign-in to Yahoo Site Explorer account. [...]
Webmasters who have their websites in the Yahoo! Directory often complained about their outdated titles and descriptions being displayed in Yahoo!’s search engine result pages (SERP). This has negatively affected the clickthrough rate and/or ranking of websites of many webmasters. However, since February this year all worries were over due to the introduction of Yahoo!’s [...]
Yahoo! Search Blog announced last Friday that it is starting to update its search index. So check out Yahoo!’s SERP and see if your major keyword rankings have been affected. Yahoo! has already updated my blog’s keyword rankings in its search engine result pages.
As Google is known to be the search engine that is receiving the largest search market share, the majority of webmasters tend to optimize their websites according to the Google algorithm. Due to the fierce competition on Google, some webmasters do feel that they can only maximize the profits out of their websites by improving [...]
Yahoo! has recently introduced the “No Open Directory” (NOODP) tag to webmasters. If you’re one of the webmasters who has a link pointing to your website from the Open Directory Project (ODP) since years ago, your ODP title and description may have not expired and do not reflect what your website is about anymore. However, [...]