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Turns out Bing is using Google as part of its ranking algorithm!
Perhaps I shall die of not surprise.
Kind reveals a few more cracks in Microsoft, having to rely on their competitors...
I think one thing we need to take from this is that optimization for Google really is the way to go!
MS and apple always copies features and learns from competitors, so no surprise there. But saying they're using algorithm of google is overkill, because if that's the case then google has some security hole in their team of developers.
Many autoblogs and crap sites are not ranking high in bing. I wonder why if they're completely copying the algorithm ? So that means MS is being clever here by cutting the sh*t which google ranks high.
That explains why some of my first page rankings on google are now first page rankings on bing. I noticed a few days ago.
by Aficionada7 years ago
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by Laurel Rogers7 years ago
I may be naive, but tell me what Google actually has to gain from dissing this site?
by Oyewole Folarin7 years ago
I noticed that 98% of my hub organic traffic is from google, why not from other search engines, specifically yahoo search engine and bing?
by AtlantaGaToday9 years ago
Bing is the new MSN Search Engine and is already being well received. Some are calling it the "Decision Maker".Obviously it has a long way to go to surpass Google, however it's only been out a couple of...
by John Coviello5 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 Charles James5 years ago
SAGA, you mean the video game console? No, silly. SAGA, Search Alliance Global Algorithm.What is SAGA? It is the completed merger between Yahoo and Microsoft Bing Search Engines for a global audience.What does it...
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