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In an effort to give you the most control over your site, Bing recently announced changes to the Deep Links management feature of Bing Webmaster Tools (known as Sitelinks when working with Google).
For some reason, those behind Bing simply aren’t talked about as much as Matt Cutts. Google might control more of the search market (a lot more, controlling 67 percent of the market), but that doesn’t mean that Bing isn’t important.
It has been a little over two months since Google introduced its new enhanced campaigns. Not everyone is on board with the updates, which then begs the question: Why do some people disagree with the new Google enhanced campaigns, and are the Bing changes any better?
Klout is taking a huge step to make its influence score more meaningful by announcing Bing and Instagram data has been added to its analytics. Klout announced a partnership with Bing last Fall, and today this relationship has come to full fruition as Bing data will be integrated into Klout's algorithm.
Facebook recently launched its much-hyped new functionality: Graph Search. Some say it will revolutionize search, hurt Google and kill Foursquare, among others. Not so fast!
A Russian study exposes surprising facts about Google's accuracy -- or lack thereof -- at detecting duplicate content over original content. And they're the number one search engine in the world!
Facebook's 1 billion years in review, Bing's new and improved social sidebar, religion finds Twitter, and more.
Microsoft Bing is revamping its search engine to include a sidebar to enable you to obtain recommendations from users of Facebook when making a search on Bing. It is not just Facebook but they are planning to include many other networks.
Last week Microsoft’s Bing launched the Sidebar that’s part of a major rehaul in order to integrate it with signed-in Facebook users. Should this move send Google back to the labs again?
A Facebook buy of BING would combine the weaknesses of two lacklustre products inot something totally new, with amazing potential for success.