|Forum: Bing Search Engine News|
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|121:|| MSN Live Search Updates - Searchification||Sept 27, 2007|
|122:|| Microsoft Leaks Live Search Plans|
Windows Live program manager Akram Hussein blogged that Live Search will add features like product reviews, live video previews, and more.
|Sept 24, 2007|
|123:|| Strange Referrer Activity From MSN Live.com|
I am getting thousands of hits where the items in my log show the referrer as follows;
|Aug 28, 2007|
|124:|| Microsoft Live.com Webmaster Portal Beta|
"...the next-generation set of tools, content and resources for SEO professionals and webmasters..."
|Aug 24, 2007|
|125:|| Microsoft says: "Web search on "positive trajectory"|
"Microsoft Corp. said on Monday its Web search business remains on a "positive trajectory" with plans to roll out several updates over the next 12 months."
|Aug 14, 2007|
|126:|| Microsoft curtails how long it stores Web searches|
"Microsoft said it would make all Web search query data anonymous after 18 months on its "Live Search" service, unless it receives user consent to store it longer."
|July 23, 2007|
|127:|| Microsoft's Acquisitions In The Search Sector|
"Microsoft has been spending money to boost its efforts in what's known as vertical search,..."
|June 26, 2007|
|128:|| Microsoft Live Product Search Updated With More Images & Relevancy|
"..boosts customer-perceived relevancy with a greater number of query results."
|Apr 26, 2007|
|129:|| Live Search's link: operator turned off|
Eytan Seidman, Lead Program Manager at MSN's Live Search confirms: "For those of you who use some of the advanced query syntax in our search engine such as link:, linkdomain: and inurl:, you may have noticed that this functionality has been recently turned off."
|Mar 29, 2007|
|130:|| 3 out of 4 Google Blogger URLS Are Spam - So Says Microsoft|
"Three out of every four unique Blogspot.com URLs that appeared in the top 50 results for commercial queries were spam..."
|Mar 19, 2007|
|131:|| Microsoft Seeks Mashups for Live Search|
"Microsoft plans to ramp up its efforts to encourage Web developers and other programmers to create mashups -- quickly assembled Web-based programs gluing together different data and technology sources -- that leverage the software vendor's search technology, including its flagship Windows Live Search engine and its Virtual Earth mapping and location service."
|Mar 15, 2007|
|132:|| IBM/Lenovo Agrees to PreLoad Microsoft Toolbar|
"Microsoft Corp. reached an agreement with Lenovo Group Ltd. to pre-load Lenovo computers with a toolbar of Microsoft's Windows Live online services including Web search..."
|Mar 14, 2007|
|133:|| Microsoft Web Search Exec Leaves To Start Own Company|
"Chris Payne, corporate vice president of Windows Live search, is leaving Microsoft to start his own company in Seattle, said the source, who asked not to be identified."
|Mar 8, 2007|
|134:|| Microsoft Wants a Better Way To Search|
"Despite a lack of visible progress in catching up with Google, the leader in Internet search engines, Microsoft says it still believes that it will eventually turn the tables by improving the quality of its search results and by changing the way computer users search."
|Mar 7, 2007|
|135:|| Could Small Pages Rank Best in MSN?|
"WebmasterWorld members debate whether small pages rank better in MSN SERPs."
|Feb 12, 2007|
|136:|| MSN Takes Live Search API out of Beta|
"...announce that we are taking our search API out of beta, and rebranding it the Live Search SOAP API 1.0"
|Feb 7, 2007|
|137:|| Microsoft Launching Book Search (Beta)|
"Initially, the Live Search Books database will be searchable from the book search engine's beta homepage, or as a category on the main Windows Live Search page -- a method referred to as vertical search. Once the tool is out of beta, Microsoft plans to incorporate all of the scanned publications into its general Internet search engine. The company hopes to do this in the next six months, according to Tiedt. "
|Dec 6, 2006|
|138:|| Microsoft Live Search Mobile (Beta)||Dec 1, 2006|
|139:|| Microsoft Launches 'Agora' Product-Loading Service For Windows Live Product Search||Nov 9, 2006|
|140:|| MSN Update, November 3|
"...this isn't the minor shuffle that occured a week or so ago - I'm seeing a whole new set of serps."
|Nov 3, 2006|
|141:|| Add Search To Your Site With Microsoft's Live Search Box|
"Search boxes powered by Windows Live are designed for website owners and bloggers who want to quickly add customized search capability to their site. The search box enables visitors to search your site, the Web, or any other locations you define. "
|Nov 1, 2006|
|142:|| Live Search's LinkFromDomain Command|
MSN launches linkfromdomain: operator
|Oct 17, 2006|
|143:|| Microsoft's New Internet Search Is Officially Launched|
"We look forward to continued investment in search to deliver services that bring new levels of control and personalization to the Web experience."
|Sept 12, 2006|
|144:|| New MSN Algo and the State of Search.MSN|
"Fascinating thread on the current state of MSN search with extended comments by MSNDude himself."
|Aug 30, 2006|
|145:|| MSN for Publishers Pilot Coming this Fall|
"I can not comment a lot about this, except to say later this fall, adCenter will be running a pilot for our contextual-based advertising option."
|Aug 30, 2006|
|146:|| Microsoft MSN Update 23rd August||Aug 25, 2006|
|147:|| Microsoft: MSN - Strider Search Defender|
"Researchers at Microsoft have developed a tool to scrub search engines of major Web sites that pollute search results and ultimately help clean the Web of spam."
|July 13, 2006|
|148:|| Microsoft MSN Search: New SERPs Sat 8th July|
"Looking at MSN today and I see a complete change of the SERPs..."
|July 10, 2006|
|149:|| MSN not liking sites with AdSense?|
"I had two loans sites that were added to MSN a month ago. One I added adsense to after it was indexed, the other not. The one with no adsense was respidered yesterday and is now on page 5 for its very competitive keywords."
|June 30, 2006|
|150:|| MSNDude Says - No Weekend Updates|
"It's a pretty safe bet that we won't do an update on a Sunday afternoon - Saturday is out too. Ok Friday As Well" - MSNDude
|June 29, 2006|
|151:|| Flavors of Spam|
"Everyone complains about Spam, but the single term hides a multitude of different problems, and different people often seem to mean different things when they use it. I know how we use the term here at Microsoft, but I would be interested to hear your ideas about it..."
|June 26, 2006|
|152:|| Bill Gates Retiring from Microsoft|
"Microsoft Corp. said its founder and longtime leader Bill Gates will step down from his day-to-day duties at the software giant in July 2008 to focus full-time on his nonprofit foundation."
|June 15, 2006|
|153:|| Opt Out of DMOZ Titles in MSN Search|
"...All they wanted was a way to specify that MSN Search should use the description from their page instead of using ODP."
|May 26, 2006|
|154:|| 5-25 MSN Search Update|
"I am seeing major movement in the serps."
|May 25, 2006|
|155:|| Microsoft unveils new enterprise search tools for businesses|
"Windows Live Search, which will be available for free from Microsoft's Web site, allows users to search for documents stored on their computers, on departmental computer networks or out on the Internet and see the results in one place."
|May 17, 2006|
|156:|| Microsoft's Ballmer: Five years to catch Google, Yahoo|
"Chief Executive Steve Ballmer said on Thursday he has a five-year target to gain a bigger slice of the lucrative online advertising market." -Reuters Article
|May 13, 2006|
|157:|| CNN/WSJ: Microsoft In Talks to Purchase Yahoo?|
WSJ: "Microsoft has been in talks with Yahoo! about potentially acquiring a major portion of the company, according to a report published Wednesday." REUTERS: Although talks over an equity stake do not appear active, Microsoft's top management remains open to a deal with Yahoo..."
|May 3, 2006|
|158:|| Microsoft's Ballmer says a "Big, Bold Bet" Needed to Beat Google|
"...Further development of adCenter is key - our goal is to create the web's largest advertising network, giving us an engine that will enable us to monetise our services and compete against Google.""
|May 3, 2006|
|159:|| CEO Leaves Ask for MSN|
Steve Berkowitz, who joined Ask in 2001 and helped revive it's struggling business has left, joining Microsoft to help its internet division.
|Apr 22, 2006|
|160:|| Windows Live Academic Search (BETA)|
"The service, which for now focuses on computer science, electrical engineering and physics, includes tools for researchers, such as the ability to quickly extract information for citations."
|Apr 12, 2006|