September 26: MSN Live Search 2.0 Arrives

Sep 13, 2007 • 9:05 am | comments (0) by twitter | Filed Under Bing Search
 

ZDNet has announced that Microsoft will be holding a 3-hour seminar on September 26 that will act as a launch pad for the newest release of Microsoft Live Search. Here are some proposed additions:

* New personalization capabilities integrated into Live Search * An integrated location/calendar/presence service that may also tie in with Live Search 2.0 * A new capability integrating social networks, annotation (ratings and reviews) and search * Future integration between Outlook and Live Search

The WebmasterWorld community hopes there's more to it than just these user customizations. They're hoping that the results are more relevant and that the pages are crawled in a timely manner.

On the positive side...let's hope indexing of new pages is done in a timely manner, relevancy is MUCH improved and when pages meet MSN guidelines they STAY PUT in the serps...not here today and gone tommorow.

Sounds like a fair request.

Forum discussion continues at WebmasterWorld.

This article was composed on September 12th and was scheduled for publication on September 13th.

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