The New Bing With Social Media

Bing has released it’s updated search design today unveiling an integrated Social Media engine

New Bing with Social Media Integration

Bing’s look has been completely redesigned with a three column layout for search results. The left column contains your search results. The middle column, or “Snapshot” offers relevant results to the users search term. The column on the right, or “Sidebar” is intended to offer Social Media interaction and will show a Facebook activity feed and provide social interaction. Bing has a full release available here on their blog.


Google has just announced it’s new Search Results Page which also increases the value of social media on searches with added value for Google+ and Zagat. Obviously both companies see the increasing value of social media channels. I tried it myself and found it somewhat lacking in content from a social media perspective. However, they are likely to build on this functionality and offer increasing functionality.

NJ Social Media Marketing is becoming essential for businesses who want to build a brand and gain exposure on the internet. Traditional methods of SEO are no longer effective. The internet marketing landscaping is constantly evolving and social media is here to stay.

Bing Simplifies Search Results Page

Bing offers a clean user experience with it’s latest Redesign.


Bing has redesigned it’s search interface significantly. The new search results page offers a less cluttered look and feel than it’s previous iteration. The results themselves become the main attraction. Rather than stuffing the page full of links and related advertisement clutter they’re focused on making your search results stand out.

Microsoft has also stated that things go deeper than just the surface changes claiming faster load times and more relevant results. They also claim more improvements are in the works including a large version of the Bing image that greets users. Read more about these changes from this news report.

Our SEO Company in NJ caters to both search engines, Google and Bing. While Google controls a huge majority of the search market, Bing still has a loyal customer base. Also, many local cellular providers and cellular devices are using Bing as their only provider. And, clearly, Microsoft is determined to change that market split so they clearly deserve some attention from an SEO perspective.