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Today I came across an old list of ten of the directories I submitted to last summer. Out of curiosity, I checked to see how many of the pages containing my site's istings are currently indexed in Bing and Google. To my surprise, I found that Bing hasn't indexed any of them, whereas Google has indexed 9 out of 10.
I also discovered that Google has indexed two wordpress.com blogs I started in 2008 and then abandoned, whereas Bing hasn't indexed either of them.
So out of a total of 12 pages that I checked, Google has indexed 11 of them, but Bing hasn't indexed any.
Of course this isn't a big sample, or a random sample. But it does seem to indicate that Google crawls deeper, and/or has less stringent requirements for what it indexes.
I was doing some competitive research in my niche, where 1 million pages on a domain is standard. Domains that have high tbPR and a ton of backlinks with a couple of million pages in the google index will have somewhere around 10,000 to 100,000 pages in Bing.
Unfortunately the same holds true for the site i am working on... I have had more success getting Naver, Yandex and Baidu to index compared to bing.
But in any event, I wonder if Bing has decided that unless and until a page or site hits a certain threshold, it's not worth displaying in it's results?
And .eu results still do not appear in their United Kingdom results, Show All is fine.