Bing is at the top.

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And they have a photo to prove it!

Microsoft employee Kunal Das recently traveled to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro – the world’s highest free-standing mountain – and left a Bing sticker at the top (see it on the sign right after “Africa’s Highest Point”).

Unfortunately for Bing though, Google is still the king of the search engine mountain with 64.7% of core searches according to comScore‘s July 2009 US. Search Engine rankings report. The good news for Bing is that the new and improved search engine did continue its upward trend with an increase of 5% for it’s number of searches. It’s just going to be a long trek to try to dethrone Google!

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2 Responses to “Bing is at the top.”


  1. 1 pulmo September 10, 2009 at 8:13 am

    What is the secret to increase Twitter followers (more than 400)?

    • 2 Katy Barrilleaux September 15, 2009 at 12:52 pm

      Pulmo,

      Search for people to follow who share the same interests as you. You can conduct a keyword search on Twitter and see who is talking about that subject matter. Follow them and then interact with them on Twitter. You’ll see the followers increase. Good luck!

      Katy


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