Bing Deep Links Directly In Search Box

Sep 5, 2013 - 8:45 am 1 by
Filed Under Bing Search

Bing LogoBing is apparently testing showing deep links, what Google calls sitelinks, directly in the Bing search box, without going to the search results page.

Aaron Wall spotted this and posted a picture on Twitter. He wrote, "that is a drop down sitemap on brand queries right from the homepage search box (no SERP page)."

Here is a picture from Aaron:

Bing Deep Links Directly In Search Box - click for full size

I personally do not see this nor do I see deep links for this query in the actual search results page. This is what I see:


I kind of like it and it goes with the Windows boxy look.

Forum discussion at Twitter.

This story was scheduled to be posted today and was not written today, as I am offline today.


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