MSN vs Google?

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Re: MSN vs Google?

Postby kimsmarkin » Mon Aug 30, 2010 2:44 am

I have been a fan of Goggle for years because they really provide the highest quality traffic and conversions. However, inconsistencies in their laws, the couple in support, and wish-washy guidelines were other options much more attractive.

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Re: MSN vs Google?

Postby MiselStics » Wed Sep 22, 2010 6:59 pm

Google tallied 64 million unique visitors in August, with each of them staying on the site an average 25 minutes for the month

Google is NO 1

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Re: MSN vs Google?

Postby merano1 » Thu Sep 23, 2010 1:02 am

MSN rankings are generally faster attained on this engine and thus it is a good place to begin, especially if you have a new site that is likely still in the sandbox on Google or are jusy at the beginning stages of link building.

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Re: MSN vs Google?

Postby kellihale2041 » Wed Oct 06, 2010 4:00 am

MSN and Google Both are very good search engines of the world.
It is very difficult which is better.
However Msn is Better than Google. because Msn is king of all search engines.

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Re: MSN vs Google?

Postby cfoo » Fri Oct 15, 2010 12:30 am

Google and Bing have their own advantages.

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Re: MSN vs Google?

Postby anneroberts » Mon Mar 06, 2017 11:15 pm

MSN is small and weak because it doesn’t get enough pie (about 3%). It doesn’t get much pie because it sucks. MSN is the youngest of the big three engines and is still trying to figure out what people want. More accurately, they are trying to bypass what people want by using their brand name to get their foot in the door, and then hoping people will be lazy enough to just accept them as their “default search engine” when buying other Microsoft products (products like Windows and Internet Explorer). This worked for their OS, browser, and office products, but it won’t work for their search engine. People are more saavy these days. The good news is that because they are so small and insignificant there is less competition and new sites can rank well, for what it’s worth.
Google's Positives
Powers a huge amount of searches
Average Joe searcher happy with results
Incredibly fast searches
Good organic to paid result ratio
Super clean layout
'Do No Evil' reputation
Their own PPC (pay per click advertising) program
Large cash bukcet from the IPO to throw things at
Bringing 'stickyness' to the site via Gmail, Google News and Froogle
Breaking new grounds in technology and ideas to search and the internet as a whole

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Re: MSN vs Google?

Postby anneroberts » Mon Mar 06, 2017 11:17 pm

MSN is small and weak because it doesn’t get enough pie (about 3%). It doesn’t get much pie because it sucks. MSN is the youngest of the big three engines and is still trying to figure out what people want. More accurately, they are trying to bypass what people want by using their brand name to get their foot in the door, and then hoping people will be lazy enough to just accept them as their “default search engine” when buying other Microsoft products (products like Windows and Internet Explorer). This worked for their OS, browser, and office products, but it won’t work for their search engine. People are more saavy these days. The good news is that because they are so small and insignificant there is less competition and new sites can rank well, for what it’s worth.
Google's Positives
Powers a huge amount of searches
Average Joe searcher happy with results
Incredibly fast searches
Good organic to paid result ratio
Super clean layout
'Do No Evil' reputation
Their own PPC (pay per click advertising) program
Large cash bukcet from the IPO to throw things at
Bringing 'stickyness' to the site via Gmail, Google News and Froogle
Breaking new grounds in technology and ideas to search and the internet as a whole


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