• http://www.onlinematters.com Arthur Coleman

    nice update Matt. Thanks

  • http://www.webranking.com James Svoboda

    I’m really impressed. Just when Google goes and adds a new left side search filter/navigation, Bing goes and moves theirs above. Looks better up there, IMO.

  • http://www.mindshareworld.com Ciarán Norris

    What’s interesting is that they’re using many of these changes to drive awareness of MSN content, and then bashing Google in the EU (via their funding of Foundem) for doing exactly the same thing…

  • http://www.copperbridgemedia.com sherinseo

    Great..THat is a great move from BIng..So Bing is making more user friendly and popularizing them by specifying there applications…Cool…

    Great update Matt..

  • http://twitter.com/Fitz Fitz

    I’m torn. While I like what they are doing in theory, I feel they are masking the original sources and in a way scrapping content. I know they have partnerships worked out so maybe it’s a non-issue. But still, just feels a little “closed” for my taste.

  • Matt McGee

    I think this trend is something SEO and search marketers should really be thinking about deeply.