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Bing Is Asking For Feedback On Its Webmaster Guidelines

Bing's web ranking and quality project manager, Frédéric Dubut, embarked on a journey to refresh the company's webmaster guidelines. “SEO friends! I’m kicking off an effort to refresh our @Bing webmaster guidelines, both the spirit and the letter. Any shady tactics you think are not penalized enough? Any feedback on the document itself?” Dubut tweeted on July [...]

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Bing Showing A Streamlined Recipe Carousel In Search Results

It looks like Bing is testing our introducing a different way of showing rich results on desktop. For recipe related queries, Bing is displaying a carousel that features just three recipes initially. It lets users filter results by total time and other nutrition criteria, but doesn't immediately show the option to compare recipes. Some people [...]

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Robots.txt Tip From Bing: Include All Relevant Directives If You Have A Bingbot Section

Frédéric Dubut, a senior program manager at Microsoft working on Bing Search, said on Twitter Wednesday that when you create a specific section in your robots.txt file for its Bingbot crawler, you should make sure to list all the default directives in that section. “If you create a section for Bingbot specifically, all the default directives will [...]

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Bing Shuts Down Public URL Submission Tool

Bing made an announcement that it is shutting down its anonymous submit URL tool, which would let anybody submit any URL on the web for submission into the Bing search index.  It was only a few months ago when their public URL tool was shut down. Bing said you can still use Bing Webmaster Tools to submit your own URLs. [...]

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Bing Entity Search API Is Now Available

In an announcement made by Bing, the Bing Entity Search API has been made available to US based users, as well as Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, India, Italy, Mexico, Spain and the United Kingdom regions. With the Bing Entity Search API, developers and creators can programmatically pull in Bing Knowledge Graph structured data on topics, like people, places, things, [...]

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Bing Webmaster Tools Adds Social Sign-In Feature

It's now possible to use your Google account, Facebook account, or your Microsoft account to log in to Bing Webmaster Tools.  This will make it easier for webmasters to log into your toolset. This is what it looks like when you try logging in: According to Microsoft, this “means that the messages Webmaster Tools may occasionally [...]

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Bing May Remove Navigation To Additional Search Result Pages

Some may say that Bing is being either wisely confident, or overly confident in this newest bit of news.  Bing could possibly drop there paginated search results for search results that they think are "the most relevant results" for the query. This means that if you do a long tail query, you could find, at the [...]

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