• http://www.redstarcreative.co.uk/ Andy Kinsey

    very interesting … certainly when ive compared the too i prefer google

  • http://twitter.com/Chenzoni Vincenzo Desroches

    It will always be Google over Bing!

  • http://twitter.com/briankb brian boatright

    Has anyone at Microsoft Bing! actually tried the challenge? Everyone at my office did and Google won every time. If I were Bing I’d make sure at least these looked better than google “weather” or “sunset”

  • http://www.facebook.com/kumar.rajjesh Kumar Rajesh

    I will go with Bing…

  • Alan

    I am about 50/50 on the bing v Google. There are some results for photoshop tutorials that I have to go to bing to find.. well I did until I finally bookmarked them.. I didn’t used to have to bookmark them Google would bring them up and I would click on the ones that I had visited before. I had one particular search query that showed about 4 great photoshop tutorials. Now it shows none of them.

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

    Good job, MS. Finally showing some guts and stepping out of their boundaries. Despite your choice in search, it’s always healthy and needed to have healthy competition.

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  • http://www.nathanielbailey.co.uk/ Nathaniel Bailey

    “revealing what seems to be Windows 7 underneath” Would they not be more likely to use Windows 8 as that’s been designed to work with touch screens? Anyway…

    It’s good to see Bing doing something positive and interactive like this that will make people talk for the right reasons rather then just seeing MS trying to false bing on us with its OS and trying to put google down, which any good business persons will know is not the way to win new custom!

    I must admit that bing is getting better with its results, but I just can’t seem to break away form google still, 1. because its what I know and have always been happy with using, and 2. its what all our clients want to rank on so its a must for me.

    Having said that though, I do try bing from time to time if google can’t find something I am looking for, so its always good to have more then one search engine in your toolbar and bing doing smart and interactive campaigns like this is just the sort of thing that makes people think ‘google didn’t quite find what I wanted this time, how about bing? they said they can do better, lets find out!’

  • Aunesty Janssen

    Love their marketing “balls” – great move by Bing

  • http://discountonlinefitness.com/ steve blackburn

    I did the challenge and choose google 5 out of 5 using keywords relevant to my website. Unfortunately Bing isn’t ranking my site as high as google.