Google has just recently accused Bing of copying their results, now what.. Having the algorithm changes, will it mean Bing will once again follow (or copy) Google?
What do you think?
There is no way they are copying their results. I am sure of that, I have gotten little to no traffic from bing and tons from Google. Also when I have checked on Bing for my hubs, no dice. They may have similar search results, but that seems like they are both getting some of the best sites???
You are sure of it?
Fact: Google manually altered their engine to return specific pages for gibberish.
Fact: a month later, Bing returned the same results for the same gibberish.
Fact: Bing scrapes Google content and lies about it.
Here they are denying it:
http://www.bing.com/community/site_blog … aight.aspx
And here is Matt Cutts proving it: http://www.mattcutts.com/blog/google-bing/
Bing has been crawling Google for data, it has been proven.
I agree with you. I just get few traffic from Bing. Bing is different with Google
I'll be interested to find out what happens. You know, Google and Facebook are now, like, arch rivals of the internet; and Facebook uses Bing, so now the plot thickens.
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