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i have created a website www.readingink.co.uk and tried to optimize it for the search engines. the site has been online for 3 weeks and is ranked nicely in yahoo and google is improving nicely. my problem is i cant seem to get indexed by bing, i have used the webmaster tools, checked robot file, validated the xhtml code, verified the site as well as doing the link building and advertisement that got me noticed on the other search engines. has anyone got any ideas???
Slow down cowboy! 3 weeks is very short time to see sites indexed or improvements in SERPS.You should concentrate on improving content and building traffic that may improve your SERPS and increase traffic. Soon you will see your site in better position.
I suggest, you need to well optimize your site and start link building for the page, it will be cache soon by Bing.
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I have create a website too
but I only index in Bing and Yahoo one page.
my website are index very in google some page are at the first page and most are not more than the fifth page.
I think I have to find more relevent backlink.
What the hell does that mean? "building your of-page ranking factors i.e. RELEVENT backlinks"
Bing has really strict and slow indexing and for this you need to read webmaster guidelines.
I can't also get my site indexed www.inelcocomponents.com
Google has more tan 8.000 pages indexed (although it has more than 150.000 in total) and bing only indexes 50 pages...
bing is slower than google. it's normal
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MS' search engines are much slower to index content than Yahoo which is again slower than Google.
The pages which has the high rank will index first, so if any pages are not visiting by users or not active they will index last.
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we'll i got the same problem. I got almost 490 articles indexed in Google buy got only around 50 in bing/yahoo. I dont know how this happening http://www.farmvillefcu.com/
Bing's FAQs state that you should do the following on-site seo to rank well in their search engine:
· Target no more than two keywords per page
· Use unique <title> tags on each page
· Use unique <meta> description tags on each page
· Use H1 tags
· Use text navigation links
· Create content for your human visitors, not the Bing web crawler
· Incorporate keywords into URL strings
For backinks, they state that they prefer quality to quantity and that "Backlinks should be relevant to the page being linked to or relevant to your domain if being linked to the homepage." Within the webmaster tools, they rate your backlinks from one to five in a little green bar - the higher the green bar the higher the quality of the link in Bing's eyes. However they don't actually say whether these backlinks should be anchored or not. But all the evidence is that Bing is very keen on anchored backlinks.
Checking the webmaster tools for my blog, I note that they don't recognise all the backlinks I know that I have from using Yahoo's site explorer. That in itself is interesting information - it shows that Bing is quite picky about the backlinks it will take account of.
I will be testing various strategies to rank well on Bing and will be reporting back
From early tests, it looks like having keywords in your URL is important. It's also clear that they are geo-targetting and going for local search - i.e. you will be given results for your locality, based on your IP address. This should mean that webmasters need to consider where they are writing for, geographically, if they want decent results from Bing.
From looking at my analytics, the sites that get traffic from Bing are very strong - page rank 3 at least, with a lot of backlinks. It also looks like Bing favours older domains to newer sites. Finally meta descriptions seem to be very important - Bing uses this in the little summaries that you get when you hover your mouse over the search results.
Update: 31st July 2009
Bing has been going for two months, and here's what I've found analysing my own sites and those of others:
1. Bing doesn't like blogspot - not even blogs over 3 years old with decent pagerank on Google (pagerank 4) and about 20,000 backlinks according to Yahoo's siteexplorer. You will find some blogspots in Bing's results - but buried deep eg on page 6 or higher. There are exceptions - some blogs with a serious amount of high quality backlinks feature on Bing's first page, but if you are an ordinary blogger with an average amount of backlinks, you will struggle.
2. Squidoo lenses - the only lens I've got which has had a hit from Bing is one that has a Google pagerank of 3 (i.e. it has decent backlinks) and the hits were paltry - didn't make double figures in a month. Again it is in Bing's index, but buried deep.
3. Hubpages. This has been my biggest success on Bing. Am getting a regular stream of hits on one hub, which is a Google pagerank 3 (i.e. decent backlinks), and fewer hits on other hubs that are in niches that don't have much materia/competition, and also hubs that have outgoing links to authority sites (such as the Financial Times). Bing seems to approve of authority outgoing links.
Update 8th Aug 2009
Haven't found many Wordpress.com blogs in Bing either (though Bing likes stand-alone domains with wordpress on it). I don't think Bing likes the free web 2.0 blogs.
Have also found a neat tool called Bingle, which displays Google and Bing results side by side for whichever keyword you enter. It's certainly an eye-opener - they both display relevant results, but they choose very different pages.
Update April 2011
Bing appears to deal with backlinks differently from Google. If you are wondering why you arn't ranked in Bing, take the urls of your backlinks and drop them into Bing's search box to see if they are indexed - chances are they arn't. If you are not ranking in Bing, it's a signal to pick up better quality links.
Update June 2011
Bing has now officially integrated with Facebook - they not only see public fan pages (like Google), but see private shares (which Google can't). They say that this won't affect mainstream rankings in their engine, but will affect "wildcards" - a listing popped into the middle of your search with a notation saying that someone in your Facebook network liked it/shared it - and this may be a link that would normally be buried). So - now is the time to get Facebook fanpages set up for your site so that at least you have a presence on Facebook and other Facebook users (who might not be in your network) have a chance to discover your stuff and like it. Bing has written a primer on how to go integrate social and search from their point of view.
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MS' search engines are much slower to index
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