Bing and Yahoo Love My Hurricane Post but Google Does Not
I wrote a new post on my website last night with an extensive list of evacuation shelters on the east coast of Florida that accept pets as well as other information for people that want to help pets in the affected area through rescue groups.
It is arranged by county, north to south so someone in the area could easily find shelters in their area where they can escape with their pets. Pets are very vulnerable in these storms since many shelters do not accept pets and rescue groups simply don't have the capacity to take them either.
It is interesting that my post when straight to #1 on Bing and Yahoo and has stayed there. On Google it started at about rank 65 and is now somewhere around 75! I wonder if this somehow falls into the Google Medic update criteria that include health and money issues? Is this why I am banished to the doldrums on page 7 of the search results in Google?
The post does not have a single affiliate link. It has way too many links for general SEO purposes but my goal is to give people the infomation they need so I am not expecting this to be a long lasting, money making post.
I am finding this more and more. Posts that used to start somewhere on the first several pages of the search results on Google would now be much lower. Bing and Yahoo love them though.
I still have #1 position posts on Google but not as many as I used to and those ones are much older posts.
Anyway, I hope everyone in the affected area is safe and healthy and weathering out the storm.