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    A cool tool to search info from Google Yahoo and Bing at the same time ! Advices pls.

    I'm a online designer and marketer, SEO is part of my job. As Bing and Yahoo control around 30% of searches, we should optimize our website for Bing and Yahoo.
    In order to check ranking in 3 engines I have to done search on each engine respectively, itís not convenient. So I came up with a web tool Googlebye.com. Now I just need to do search once and I can get results from 3 engines at the same time. Itís a 3-in-1 tool and I like it.
    I just want to show guys my darling and listen to advices, do you think this business is a good idea ?
    But all depend on moderatorís judgment, please feel free to deny this post if you consider it as a spam. I absolutely respect the guidelines here.
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    seems like a good idea and if it pays well, why not,go for it...

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    Need comments on Googlebye.com.

    Quote Originally Posted by john88 View Post
    seems like a good idea and if it pays well, why not,go for it...
    Hi John:

    Thanks for your encouragement first.

    After much hard promotion, I got some traffic to this site. However the returning visits rates keeps a low level of 20%. That means most visitors wonít come back.

    Iím quite confused about it so I get to here for your valuable comments like:
    Where should I improve for this site ?
    Do you feel any obstacles when using it ?
    Do you think this type of sites could be a alternate when searching ?
    ......
    Of course welcome comments not limited to above.

    Thanks for your feedback in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DukeG View Post
    Where should I improve for this site ?
    Do you feel any obstacles when using it ?
    Do you think this type of sites could be a alternate when searching ?
    If this thread takes this direction it might be better suited in the site reviews forum. I’m gonna keep an eye on it.

    As to the subject: I think the idea is good but the execution isn’t quite right yet. I assume you have a clear target audience for your site (probably SEO fellows for checking rankings), so in my opinion, from what I assume an SEO specialist would look for, this application is still somewhat invonvenient to use. If I was an SEO guy and wanted to check the ranking in different search engines I’d rather be interested in the plain numbers than to see the actual search pages with all menus and ads etc. What I mean is, if I input my search term, give me a simple overview over the rankings rather than three full websites.

    Three ideas/thoughts:
    1. Upon entering the search term, provide just the results of the actual search, no ads, no website navigation menus, no redundant empty spaces.
    2. Upon entering the search term, provide some kind of table/statistic that basically just returns the websites/domains and the rank for each (like, search results reduced to the bare minimum), without any clickable links or whatever.
    3. Provide two inputs, one for search term and one for the specific domain and tell people immediately at which position they are (possibly with also telling them who is right before them and in the first x places) rather than having them to click through the pages of each search engine to find the entry.


    Additionally, one reason why people aren’t coming back could be that the site is just not as attractive as it could be. The design looks a little random and not very professional yet.

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