Microsoft Adds New Feature To Bing Called Linked Pages
Searching for people is one of the most common things we do on the web. To make our work simple, Microsoft has added a new feature to Bing called Linked Pages. Beginning today, with Linked Pages, Bing is letting you link websites related to you in search results. Now your friends looking for you online can find what you want them to find. You can also link pages to your friends to help them shine on Bing as well.
Here is how Bing explains:
There are probably many “John Smith’s” out there, but when John Smith’s friends are looking for him, they want to find their friend John and information about him. By having more control over how you show up in Bing through linking related pages to your search results, now you can help your friends find the interesting stuff that you want them to see. With Linked Pages, here is how John Smith will appear on Bing:
Unfortunately the service is not available for those of you outside of the U.S. Keep watching this space for more updates on this.
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