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Category Archives: Bing

What’s New with Bing Search in 2018

Google is the most well-known search engine giant in the Western world, but that doesn’t mean that other search engine companies, like Bing, haven’t been making headlines this year. Created and operated by Microsoft, Bing is the outcome of many other search engine tries such as Live search and MSN search. It was first unveiled […]

Using to Enhance Your Search Engine Listings

We’ve talked about structured data before but in this blog I’d like to discuss a website that’s extremely helpful for structured data markup. Most websites are created from structured data stored in databases. Once that data is put into HTML, that structured data can be lost or very hard to recover. This structured data can […]

More Ways to Find Search Data with Bing Webmaster Tools

Ever look at search engine referrals, and notice that your traffic numbers are increasing on Bing? I know it sounds crazy, but people actually do use Bing. I’m sure you’ve had that moment where you tried to find a person, a restaurant, a band, a Facebook page, or a business and could not find what […]

Bing Rankings Need Love Too

Google has ruled our ranking efforts for quite some time now, and for good reason. With almost 70% of the search market share, it has had us jumping at its every request for quality, quality, quality. While I don’t think anyone is disputing the fact Google does bring in the most traffic (and quality is […]

3 Reasons to Speed Up Your Website + 6 Tools that Will Help You

1. The Search Engines Demand Faster Websites We hear all this buzz around the web-sphere about having to make your website perform faster for SEO. There has been many tests, speculations, recommendations and even demands to making your website faster for improved search engine rankings. In 2010, the Google Webmaster Central Blog stated this: “You […]

Bing It On – The Real Results!

Amid a large TV campaign, is working to prove that ‘’ is worth much more than it’s all time high of 16.7%, which pales in comparison to Google’s mighty 67.5%.  A tall order indeed. (apparently in an impartial test, 52% of users preferred Bing) I played around with today to figure out which […]