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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.
Yahoo! Image Search has gotten a new design, that was unveiled yesterday. This new Image Search has a few new features that you might like. All images are the same size and change when you hover over them. There are some new tabs: "Latest", "Galleries" and "Facebook". Find out more about the New Yahoo! Image Search.
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.
ComScore Inc, a leader in measuring the digital world released its monthly comScore qSearch analysis within the U.S market place recently. Leading the explicit core search market in June this year was Google Sites with 65.5% of search queries being conducted. Yahoo! Sites came in with 15.9% and Microsoft Sites with 14.4%. A total of 16.7 billion explicit core searches were conducted during the month of June with Google ranking in first – 10.9 billion searches.
Yahoo Site Explorer, is due to shut down later this year following a decline in sitemap submissions and an interest in webmaster tool interface. The service, once well respected, has become somewhat redundant since Yahoo began migrating their services to Microsoft, who function in much the same territory, both as a source for organic results on the web. Find out more on Yahoo Site Explorer
Search engines, Google, Bing and Yahoo! have launched a new initiative, www.schema.org, which is set to become a 'one stop' resource for webmasters. Schema.org is aimed at creating and supporting a common set of schemas for structured data markup on web pages, assisting search engines in gaining a much better understanding of websites.
Yahoo! Search has made some search game changes, that might start something. Yahoo! has created something that they call: "Search Direct - The Search Box of Awesome". Yahoo! believes "Search Direct will be the simplest and fastest way to find answers, not links." I think that Yahoo! has really provided something great, offering users answers that are relevant and fast. At the end of the day, isn't that what you are looking for? Answers! Find out more here: http://bit.ly/h4vzUX