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|Indexation higher in Bing than other search engines|
Is Bing less sensitive to thin content?
| 8:31 pm on Feb 23, 2011 (gmt 0)|
Hi everyone! I've been reviewing indexation numbers for some competitors, and Bing has the highest indexation for one competitor.
Bing - 2000 pages indexed
Google - 1500 pages indexed
Yahoo - 1100 pages indexed
With Google's index being larger, I would have expected it to have the most pages indexed.
The majority of this competitor's site consists of single-page landing pages for PPC or past promotions that they haven't taken down. These pages don't seem to be linked from the main site.
Do you think Bing is less sensitive to these extraneous pages than Google?
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