Reporting Search Spam To Bing

Aug 24, 2010 • 8:37 am | comments (2) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Bing Search
 

Now that Bing owns about 30% of the U.S. market share by gobbling up Yahoo's search share, some people may want to know how to report search spam to Bing.

Now, we know most SEOs won't report competitors to spam. The topic of spam reporting is nothing new:

That being said, if you wanted to report serious spam that you are afraid your children or grandparents would be hurt by, then here is how.

Go to Bing.com and on the bottom right, there is a link for "Tell us what you think." Click it and select "Found Spam" in the drop down on the form. Fill it out and pray they do something.

Bing Spam Reporting

The "Tell us what you think" is found on all the search result pages as well, so it is always in the bottom right hand corner of all the pages.

You can also try this form or the Bing Webmaster Forums.

Forum discussion at Search Engine Watch Forums & Bing Forums.

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Comments:

John TattleTale

08/24/2010 05:16 pm

So, lets all rat on webmasters because that is what your Google god has taught you to do. Dude, you're so in love with Google it's pathetic.

Barry Schwartz

08/24/2010 05:59 pm

John, I have never used the spam report tool. But I see why some people would. This post has nothing to do with Google. But thanks for your comment.

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