I use Google. I don't like all the "confusing visuals" and "whatever else" there is on Bing.
I agree, I like the clean look my self. bing is colorful for sure.
i really like google for stuff that i need to know now like how to fix something
I use bing and yahoo for mor casual searches becuase they are better at it
Bing did just up date there picture search and it is easier i might start useing just bing for pictures now
I've only used Google...never Bing 'cause this is the first time I've heard of it lol
Bing has that tv ad where they say something about not being just a search engine but they say something about making decisions....
I'm not looking to make decisions, and I don't even get what they mean. I'm just looking for a simple block to type something in and seeing what I get. If I don't like what I get I may use Yahoo or Ask.com.
I always use Google. I get used to it, but Bing... Frankly speaking, I've never even tried to use it...
Local Internet providers seem to be using Bing. I still go to google as I prefer its layout, especially for images.
Its funny sometimes i seem to check out hubpages first for any random information to check if they have it here prior to google.
Prefer Google over Bing any day.
It's funny, but I've compared a lot of search results for my hubs on Google and Bing. They seem to be the total opposite of each other! If a hub of mine is no the 1st page of Google, it is nowhere to be found on Bing. If it ranks on the 1st page of Bing, it's nowhere to be found on Google.
It's amazing how many people don't know about Bing yet.....I still prefer Google myself, but I might try Bing for certain things...............maybe.
I havent honestly even given Bing a chance because Google does such a good job for my needs and Im kind of like if it aint broke dont fix it.
Bing Bing and Bingo.. A big No.. Somehow Google always means search to me and search always means Google. No idea how Bing will make it to the top of the mind recall for anyone.
Always google. Except when I'm very bored, because the bing homepage features some random cool thing everyday, with links to wikipedia.
Bing is kind of a joke. I started a blog about a month ago; here's how many hits I have from the search engine's robots:
MSN (Bing): 2
Google is just way better at spidering than anyone else. That's why they're #1 (but still far from perfect).
I always use Google and sometimes Yahoo. Bing seems to be a joke to me and confusing.
I did some simple "research" by comparing bing results with other search results and decided that bing is - at least at the moment - not very useful if you really have to digg deeper. It seems to me that at the moment bing just includes only a handful of some of the most established websites.
[P.S.: Of course I am not neutral in this regard and somewhat annoyed since Bing seems to ignore all my highly relevant and original content ]
Clearly I think Google wins hands down. You can always use Bing and Yahoo as an alternative, if you're curious.
I use Google because of the way you can dig down more on the same subject until you get to exactly what you are looking for. Much easier to do on Google.
There are still lots of websites not indexed on Bing, some of them really great.
I think it needs a little more time to grow as a realiable search engine.
So I use Google.
I use Google. I am aware of Bing, but have never gotten around to using it.
I'm Using Google, it is Clean for me, but my daugther prefer using Bing, she was more to social networking & chat-chating, so to me, it convinient to whom are on social network very often, but... i tried it & in term of funtionality, i could post a blog to any of my Blogsite using window live writer, because Bing has it MSN, so directly update & share my blog post without loging in to my Blogsite.
Bing User here... If I can't find enough info I go to google or use a meta crawler
Google for me (for now)
I can't see them ever being overtaken, but Bing may well close the gap.
by Jonas 6 years ago
Why do people use Bing instead of Google?What's so great about the search engine Bing? DO you use Bing?
by Oyewole Folarin 9 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 luisj305 8 years ago
When searching do you prefer google,yahoo or bing? why?I've always used google but sometimes try an alternative search engine for different results.Are there specific advantages and disadvantages to the 3?
by Robert Erich 8 years ago
Do Bing and Yahoo! search engines dislike HubPages?I have noticed that I receive large amounts of traffic from Google - some of my articles are even at the top of the search results. However, Bing and Yahoo! do not seem to show my articles in their search engines. Is there a reason for this? Do...
by Peter Brown 11 years ago
Did you hear the news? It's everywhere.http://www.businessweek.com/technology/ … 826397.htmYahoo and Microsoft agreed to a 10 year deal where Yahoo backs away from focusing on its search engine so that Bing can move foward.All I can say is WOW...What impact will this have on SEO? Internet...
by 2uesday 9 years ago
Since the Google changes the number of different search engines listed on my stats has increased, even though the overall visits are still down on what they were.Maybe the complaints I have read here about the problems of searching for topics on the new style Google's results are making people use...
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