I hear you. Most of my sites that do not rank well in Google do rank well in Bing. The problem is that Bing does not yet seem to drive very much traffic. I cannot currently live on Bing SERPs.
Originally Posted by iowadawg
I know that there are a lot of web users moving over to Bing, but I suspect they are mostly webmasters who are pissed off at Google. People who are not tech-savvy do not seem to have noticed any real changes with Google SERPs--good or bad, other than increased clutter in local searches. Those that I ask are not aware of any significant improvements in Google SERPs. That means that Google's claims of huge improvements to the SERPs is largely unnoticed by general users. In fact, I have never heard any Google use say that the SERPS are better today.
I see billions of dollars in web value that have been destroyed by Google since around 2005.
Google lives in their own Googley world.
I do have a plan for monkey extraction in 2013.
If you are taking a poll, I always go direct when I know a site's address. It is the same with NB, although I occasionally catch myself going to Netbuilders.com.
Originally Posted by Sami4u
"Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch. Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the vote." -- Benjamin Franklin