Microsoft Takes New Search Engine, Bing, Live Early

Jun 1, 2009 • 8:47 am | comments (2) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Bing Search
 

The wait is over, Microsoft's new search engine, Bing is now live. It was rumored to be going live on June 3rd, but it went live some time early this morning. Techmeme is buzzing on the launch and Microsoft seems to be getting some pretty good press about the early launch.

The demo last week wasn't as positive as what I see now from the community. I guess people like what they are seeing.

Try it yourself now at Bing.com. Some SEOs are joking that BING stands for, ""But It's Not Google." It is not Google, that is true. The forum discussion is pretty positive, so I thought I ask you in a simple poll, do you like it?

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Comments:

James Matthews

06/01/2009 04:47 pm

One of my first searches yielded my sitemap. I think it's very interesting and don't understand the need to include it. Here is the example: http://www.bing.com/search?q=jewelers+lounge&go=&form=QBRE&filt=all

Rob Abdul

06/02/2009 08:55 am

I tried some of my keywords in bing to test it: Keywords "merchandising strategy" (1st in Google.com, 1st in Yahoo.com, nowhere in bing.com) Keywords "signatrue video" (1st in Google.com, 11th in Yahoo.com, nowhere in bing.com) Keywords "virgin corporate strategy" (3rd in Google.com, 1st in Yahoo.com, nowhere in bing.com) I spend an awful amount of time researching and composing my articles, and case studies. It appears to be the old same story; Microsoft does not care about quality content. One more thing, it is my opinion that they handicap sites with Google Adwords.

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