The websites of Bing, Microsoft and Yahoo are displayed on a computer monitor July 29, 2009 in San Anselmo, California. Microsoft and Yahoo have announced a 10-year internet search partnership in an attempt to take away users from search giant Google. (Getty Images)more pics »
Bing, one of the popular search engine beside's Google and Yahoo! - introduced the “Pin to Pinterest” feature on image search. Now, you can pin images directly from Bing to your favorite Pinterest boards. If you see something that catches your eye? Just one click and it’s saved to your Pinterest board.
Pinning from Bing is now more easy:
Simple and Lightweight: There’s no need to install another bookmarklet in your browser, one click and you’re good to go.
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WMExperts Microsoft's Bing search engine continues to do well, passing Yahoo! in July for the first time to be #2. Not bad for a market that really no one thought would change much, though we should point out Google is in no real trouble yet. Results are based on Chitika's web-ad network, similar to Google's AdSense.Discussion: Silicon Alley Insider - Search Engine Land - The Next WebRead Full Story
Silicon Alley Insider Microsoft is shutting down its Bing Cashback program the company announced on its blog today.
Apparently nobody was using the feature. In the blog post, Yusuf Mehdi writes "we did not see the broad adoption that we had hoped for."
The program ends July 30 at 9 pm pacific.
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Search Engine Land Microsoft announced they are retiring the Bing Cashback program as of July 30, 2010.
Cashback launched on May 21, 2008 as an attempt to increase market share for their search engine, back then named Live.com. Over the years, Microsoft claimed Cashback was successful in gaining momentum for the search engine. They even used TV commercials highlighting Cashback to drive even more awareness for the program.
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As we stated earlier, Bing Cashback is ending on July 31st, 2010. It will be replaced by Bing Shopping, which will be just like the cashback program, but without cashback. It looks like Microsoft will be providing Bing Shopping free to the merchants that want to list on the site. According to Microsoft, all you have to do to participate is continue to send your feed to Bing. They will automatically flip the switch on their side to input your products into the new shopping program. Once...Read Full Story
Microsoft and Yahoo have announced a 10-year internet search partnership in an attempt to take away users from search giant Google.