Bing the keyword 'get listed in Bing', look at result #10 (Bing Hacks) and tell me if it's normal that such a site ranks on the first page for this keyword.
http://www.bing.com/search?q=get+listed … ;form=QBRE
Bing considers on-page SEO more than off-page and that is the reason such blog is ranking on first page.
I switched to bing recently because i'm getting a lot of garbage from google for my queries. There are some good search results compared to google.
I'm still pondering this decision. Hence I use http://www.blackdog.ie/google-bing/search-com.php
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