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Bing Webmaster Tools has some new updates, like: Expanding Crawl Details, Active Email Alerts, URL normalization suggestions, deeper data in the index explorer, DNS verification and AdCentre Integration. You can find out more at the Bing Webmaster Blog.
Google seems to be indexing images much faster then it has before. You get get more information from here: Google Indexes Images a Lot Faster.
Bing Webmaster Tools has a blog that provides SEO's with some information and tips on SEO, like crawling, content, site structure and link building. For more information you can view the Bing Webmaster Blog here.
Google has been creating videos over the past few years, set to answer Webmasters questions and provide Webmasters with information and tutorials. To find out more about these new videos you can follow this link: Google Webmaster Videos.
This week, Bing shares some helpful hints on how to build quality content for the web, providing insights and solutions as to how to go about measuring “quality” and examine the factors attributed to “quality” content. In the piece, Bing explains how to build content in such a way that it is credible and provides a visitor with their desired needs, as well as rank favourably in search engine search results.
Google has recently released their latest addition to their page speed family – Page Speed Service, which follows in the footsteps of Page Speed Browser Extension (released 2 years ago), mod pagespeed (released last year) and Page Speed Online API (released earlier this year). The service automatically enables web pages to load at a much faster rate and is set to make webmasters’ lives even more hassle free in terms of installation.
Bing is set to host a schema.org workshop on the 21st September 2011 in Silicon Valley following many discussions and feedback received after 2 June this year when it was announced that the search engine would collaborate with Google and Yahoo in order to create and support a set of standards for structured data markup on web pages. The workshop will serve as a “working session” to all who participate covering feedback and discussing options.