• Steve Jarvis

    Interesting. this would have been very useful to me when we changed the architecture at http;//demonwheelers.co.uk a few months back. It’s certainly worth bearing in mind for future reference on other sites however

  • http://twitter.com/jwdlatif Jawad Latif

    Bing made a great move.

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

    Bing has been on the road for success since their launch IMHO. They’re doing great things and I wish them the best of luck. Coming from a huge M$ Fanboy.

  • http://onlinepokerwins.com/ Tim

    I’m not a big fan of this feature without a ‘revoke’ option like google webmaster tools has. We’ve made a domain change last week for a domain name we purchased and found out that google and bing blocked that newly bought domain…

    Hence; we revoke the request in Googles webmaster tools, and everything is fine. But now i’m stuck in Bing as the revoked domain has all 301’s to the domain we actually use, while bing still see’s that domain being redirected to the other one…

    I see a vicious circle and our domain http://www.onlinepokerwins.com not showing up in bing and yahoo for a while :(

    Does anyone have an idea how to get the move ‘undone’ by bing/yahoo?