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An overview of what happened in search and social in the past week in search and social with news about Bing, Google, Facebook and more.
Bing is challenging Google in different ways, aggressively advertising, a Pepsi challenge like contest and luring away Adwords customers.
Bing’s Stefan Weitz tells a little about Bing’s Social Search Strategy, which is significantly different from Google’s approach.
Search engines have cut out the middle man and started giving us the answers we wanted without us ever having to navigate away from the results page.
You can now search your friends photos on Bing and you can analyze your Facebook account using Wolfram Alpha.
Bing launches a new function in their webmastertools which lets you say links pointing to your site are bad links
Bing is testing a cleaner design and new homepage with new search bar in the UK.
Last week Bing announced another major update to their search engine. They announced the New Bing, with integration of more social aspects and more relevant core information. Within the announcement they stated that “In 2009, we launched Bing with a simple proposition: people should expect more from a search engine.”
Bing ‘relaunches’ and ads in a lot of Social features in their search results as well as options which give extra valuable information