I'm not sure is this is the right forum in which to ask this question, nevertheless, I'm struggling to find the answer. I've decided to move a couple of hubs and have had them removed from Google's search results. I want to have them removed from Bing's search results but am having problems establishing how to do this. Bing suggest using their webmaster tools, however, I cannot use their webmaster tools because I'm not the site owner. The only other option I can find is their removal tool for plagiarized content (DMCA) Any ideas would be more than welcome.
by John Coviello3 years ago
Is There A Way To Confirm HubPages Domain Ownership For Bing Webmaster? I know it can be done with Google Webmaster Tools, but when I tried to confirm that I "own" the domain Rock_nj at HubPages in For...
by Mark Ewbie5 years ago
I need reassuring.Up until a few months back I understand, maybe wrongly, HP pages got additional boost from Google. That implies (to me) that Google wanted content farms to churn out pages so that every possible...
by Paul Edmondson4 years ago
Bing did a killer update to their webmaster tools. I really like the keyword tool.
by 3bagsfull7 years ago
I was just curiousI don't use bing and don't know who doesMicrosoft has spent alot of money on the new site but I don't seem to be getting any hits no matter what the venuewhat about you?
by Margaret Perrottet3 years ago
I've noticed that when I do a Google search that my Hubs show up in the search results without any date. I just made a change to one of my articles "What is Dave Chappelle Doing These Days". I made...
by Marie Gail Stratford2 years ago
Most of my traffic from search engine used to come from Google. However, over the past month, my Hubs are getting more hits from Bing and Yahoo instead. In doing SEO research, I generally try to play to Google, so I'm...
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