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Bing Considers Page Quality Before It Is Indexed

Recently, Barry Schwartz asked Bing a question regarding its indexing benchmarks - "Does Bing index everything or does a site or a page have to meet a specific quality threshold for it to be indexed by Bing?" Find Bing's its new webmaster guidelines here. This question was asked during an interview with Christi Olson and Fabrice [...]

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Bing Shopping Has Opened Up To Free Product Listings

In an announcement made on August 17, Microsoft made organic product listings available in the Bing Shopping tab. The company said, "we’re excited to announce the availability of free Product Listings, which allow you to show your product offers for free on the Bing Shopping Tab starting in the USA and soon rolling out to other [...]

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How to Submit Your XML Sitemap to Google, Bing, and Yahoo

The most important part of on-page SEO allows search engines to crawl and index your pages. On-page SEO is all about increasing your discoverability in search engines. You can’t do this without allowing these search engines to access your pages. This is where crawling, indexing, and ranking comes into play. In this video, the folks [...]

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Bing Supports rel=sponsored & rel=ugc

One of the new things found in the updated Bing Webmaster Guidelines is that Bing now supports rel=”sponsored” and rel=”ugc” attributes on your links. This is to add to Bing supporting the rel=”nofollow” link attribute, which has been supported since the Guideline over ten years ago. The new link attributes rolled out last September by Google. How [...]

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Bing Updates Its Webmaster Guidelines

The Bing Webmaster Guidelines have been recently updated. The new version of the guidelines are broken into several sections, which includes: How Bing finds and indexes your siteHelp Bing understand your pagesHow Bing ranks your contentAbuse and examples of things to avoid With this guidelines update, Bing included the various updates it has been made [...]

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Bing Webmaster Tools New Site Scan Feature Finds SEO Issues

A new feature has been released in the new version of Bing Webmaster Tools called Site Scan. Site Scan is a site audit tool that will crawl your site checking for common technical SEO issue. It can be accessed over here. So what is Site Scan? According to Bing, “Site Scan is an on-demand site [...]

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Bing Webmaster Tools Now Gives You Competitive Link Data

In an announcement, Bing is pushing out a new feature for its backlinks tool within Bing Webmaster Tools named "similar sites" that lets you compare your sit's backlinks to another site. In order to access this feature, you need to login to Bing Webmaster Tools, click on Backlinks and then on the "similar sites" tab. [...]

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Shopify SEO Guide: How To Increase Organic Traffic To Your Store

It's very important to optimize your Shopify store for Google, Bing and other search engines if you want potential customers to find your site. A number of the search engine optimization tenents are based on providing users with a good, positive experience. The easier it is to discover and use your Shopify store, the higher [...]

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Bing Can Now Answer Queries With A Simple ‘Yes’ Or ‘No’

In an announcement made by Bing, depending on the queries, the search engine can now return a "Yes" or "No" answer. This new feature includes the one-word answer as well as a carousel of related excerpts from a variety of different sources. The following image shows the results for the query "can dogs eat chocolate" [...]

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