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I don’t like Microsoft’s search engine Bing too much but the ad is great.
Some of you might have heard of Microsoft’s new search engine which was being developed in stealth mode under the name of Kumo. Now that it’s nearly ready to “fight” Google’s dominance Microsoft announced the official name bing and will launch a $100 million marketing campaign to introduce the brand. Too bad, bing means disease […]
Check out the screenshot I just took: “This site may harm your computer” What is obviously a mistake is written underneath each title of a search result. Not only for the keyword “Google” but also for any other search query you throw at it. 🙂 Update: Google is working properly again
Google’s sponsored search results now include products and images. A search for diamonds displays a text ad from Blue Nile and on click more information plus an image ad without leaving the page. The same applies for Google’s sidebar ads.