• http://www.facebook.com/juhasan Jinnat Ul Hasan

    Sick of Bing’s Google bash campaign.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002186919908 Michael Starr


  • http://www.facebook.com/steve.malibu.9 Steve Malibu

    Competition is good for the market place. I’ve been using bing for sometime now and found it’s integration (facebook/yelp/Wikipedia) by far better than anything google has to offer.

  • Randy

    I wonder where the statistics are to back up Bing’s 2:1 claim. I can’t find them on Google… Seriously though, I have tried the challenge several times over the last few months. Without fail I have picked Google on almost every search out of the five I’m asked to do. I don’t know what kind of people they’re getting that are picking Bing but I am willing to bet they’re taking the sample searches rather than trying something complex that Bing chokes on.

  • http://twitter.com/pedromartheyn Pedro Martheyn

    Let’s face it, Bing does provide a better user experience for consumers. They have been focusing on that portion within the past few years Vs. Google which has been focusing on technology/innovation side of things which they can afford to do since they are the predominant giant in the search space.

    Bing has acknowledge that they cannot compete with Google numbers and that’s why they are trying a more personal approach, which is not a bad strategy in the long run.

  • Catherine Kolkoski

    I trust an independent study more than I trust one comssioned by the company itself. SurveyMonkey did their own Google VS Bing and surprise (not)… Google won. http://searchengineland.com/users-prefer-google-even-when-155682?utm_source=sel&utm_medium=scap&utm_campaign=email

  • http://twitter.com/CheapFitness Steve Blackburn

    5 out of 5 Google… guess I’m a google’r.

  • http://www.v2interactive.net/ Josh

    I happen to think some of the more recent Microsoft marketing campaigns are kind of clever. I think it’s a great and confident step for Bing. Sure, they will never capture the market, but they’re making themselves known and they aren’t afraid to call out Google.. Apple.. Samsung (with Android devices) etc.

    It’s healthy and fair.

    And to be very honest. There are times I prefer Bing over Google. However, I must stick where the market is.

  • http://www.v2interactive.net/ Josh

    Yeah. That’s “independent” all right.

    Rolls eyes.

  • Andrey M.

    I’ve been always called a linux and Google fanboy. I thought this was a great opportunity to test myself. Bing won 0 times.

  • Alan Johnston

    Just ‘Bing’ (search) ‘social media marketing Thailand’ then Google it, the results speak for themselves, Google seems to feel everyone is a scammer who buys a keyword rich domain rather than a well meaning good blogger who gives tons of good content I am getting tired of Google you do everthing they ask and you see an old site with , well just a dire site get higher than you , it’s easier to head but a Rhino then contact Google and get somewhere with them!