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Finally – Bing Now Powering Yahoo Natural Search Results

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The deed is done – after many, many months, Bing is finally powering Yahoo’s natural search.  The results between the two engines are the same.  Take a look – click above.



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    1. Robert
      August 20, 2010

      Yea, notice the “Powered by BING” text in the footer of Yahoo :P. I do not actually think that these guys, even united, will have any success against GOOGLE. The Bing results are a joke! And the indexing is ridiculous.

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    2. Robert
      August 20, 2010

      Yea, notice the “Powered by BING” text in the footer of Yahoo :P. I do not actually think that these guys, even united, will have any success against GOOGLE. The Bing results are a joke! And the indexing is ridiculous.

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    3. Steve
      August 21, 2010

      Hi Bill,
      I didn’t use yahoo very often, and I didn’t think it’s results were very good… but I will still miss have it (or at least, it having it’s own independent results). I guess I just like having choices (and I’m a big believer in the benefit of competitive forces)… but now we are down to two. It’ll be interesting to see how the Google-Bing battle shapes up.
      Anyway, yahoo search… RIP.
      Steve

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    4. Steve
      August 21, 2010

      Hi Bill,
      I didn’t use yahoo very often, and I didn’t think it’s results were very good… but I will still miss have it (or at least, it having it’s own independent results). I guess I just like having choices (and I’m a big believer in the benefit of competitive forces)… but now we are down to two. It’ll be interesting to see how the Google-Bing battle shapes up.
      Anyway, yahoo search… RIP.
      Steve

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    5. Joel
      September 17, 2010

      I thought, Microsoft and yahoo merger was to use yahoo search technologies for bing results. Though i think bing results are much relevant than that of yahoo these days. Bing has improved a lot.

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    6. Joel
      September 17, 2010

      I thought, Microsoft and yahoo merger was to use yahoo search technologies for bing results. Though i think bing results are much relevant than that of yahoo these days. Bing has improved a lot.

      Reply