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Bing Talk about the Bing Search Engine and how to better optimize your site for it.

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Old 08-25-2010, 07:04 PM
peterneeson1 peterneeson1 is offline
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As per my experience, it looks like Yahoo results are more or less like Bing. Are they merging by any chance? If this is not the case, then I think Yahoo has been using Bing search result. I realized this when I was comparing the results while searching on both the search engines for a particular keyword. I was using the two SEs at the same time in two different browsers. During the process, I saw the same results in the first page of Yahoo and Bing. Isnít it a weird thing? Will this affect the ranking? Give your inputs.
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