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Bing is Innovating as a Search Engine. Here’s Why.

When you think about search engines, Google tends to be top-of-mind. But competition is one of the key drivers of innovation. Check out our recent video from Eric Enge and Mark Traphagen, who joined Perficient Digital through our acquisition of digital consultancy Stone Temple, where they explore areas where Bing is pursuing new innovation. Competition drives […]

Using Automated Imports to Sync AdWords Campaigns to Bing

Let’s not beat around the bush, Google is king in the paid search arena. In most cases, the majority of a paid search marketer’s time is spent working within Google because of the sheer volume it has over Bing when it comes to regular users and daily search volume. According to searchenginejournal.com, Google controls almost […]

Bing, Klout, SQL, Hadoop and the Power of Social: Real Time Collaboration!

I’m always fascinated by the power of Social to connect people and information quickly. I’m also intrigued by the sense of community that can be driven by social collaboration, and how that community can drive crowd-sourced content curation. Here’s an example of that community collaboration at work.  ZDNet‘s MaryJo Foley published a post yesterday on […]

Why We’re only in the Early Days of Social Search

Mashable’s Samantha Murphy has an interesting article on “Why We’re in the Early Days of Social Search“.  She correctly notes that we haven’t seen anything yet from social search. While I personally use Google about 90% of the time.  I find that I hit twitter about 5% of the time for very specific searches that […]

Why We're only in the Early Days of Social Search

Mashable’s Samantha Murphy has an interesting article on “Why We’re in the Early Days of Social Search“.  She correctly notes that we haven’t seen anything yet from social search. While I personally use Google about 90% of the time.  I find that I hit twitter about 5% of the time for very specific searches that […]

Duane Forrester Interview

Webmaster Tools has been a feature that hasn’t seen too much evolution or growth in recent years, until now. In this interview, Bing’s Duane Forrester talks about the new features and functionality of the Phoenix update to Bing Webmaster Tools. Key Points The Phoenix update is centered around two major themes. One is user experience […]

Bing’s Approach to Social Media and Author Authority

Paul Yiu is the Principal Group Program Manager for Bing Social Search. The team works on integrating social content, such as Twitter and Facebook, to improve search quality and making the experience more personally relevant. Prior to joining the Bing team, Paul was at Yahoo working on Web search and mobile search, most recently as […]