Friday, July 19, 2013

What they've said about new Knowledge Suggestions @ Bing

"This is one area where Bing has a clearly better user experience than Google, if you’re looking to get actionable results from the actual search box. While Google will put a Pitbull Google+ profile in its autosuggest feature, it does little with suggestions for any of the examples Bing provides"

That’s not to say Google’s Knowledge Graph results don’t provide ways for users to distinguish what they’re looking for, but you have to get through the search query before you can tell Google what you’re actually looking for (like the Harry Potter books vs. movies, for example). Of course, you could always specify in your actual query."

Bing Autosuggest Expands to Take on Instant Search, Knowledge Graph In One Fell Swoop
Bing has taken search suggestions, autocomplete, and semantic search to a whole new level. --
Bing initially provided info directly in the search box for a celebrity, politician, athlete or a connection on LinkedIn with a public profile. This has now expanded to include brands, 

I find the experience pretty darn pleasant. Controversial article but our share is increasing. via @MarketingPilgrm
Bing is still out there, folks. Interestingly enough every time I use the engine (which is usually only because I have been urged to do so d

PCMag talks about the new searchbox with Knowledge understanding -
Bing's People Autosuggest today got a boost, expanding category options to include brands, movies, albums, places, software, sports teams, animal species, and more.

Techcrunch talks about Bing Autosuggest -
Microsoft's Bing today announced an update to its autosuggest feature that expands the number of categories that will trigger this feature. In May, Bing first introduced this tool for celebrities, politicians, athletes and publicly available LinkedIn profiles. Today, it is adding bran

According to webpronews we clearly beats Google -
Bing announced today that it is now including more types of entities in its autosuggest feature, including brands, movies, albums, places, software, sports teams, and …

Searchengineland talks about the searchbox disruption -
Bing announced they have expanded their search autosuggestions to add more than seven new categories. Bing added autosuggest completions for brands, movies, albums, places, software, sport teams, animal species and more. This is in addition to Bing adding people, 

Microsoft is pushing a bit further by surfacing these differences directly below the search box. --
Microsoft today announced it is expanding its Bing's People Autosuggest feature to include more than just humans. In fact, the search engine will now automatically suggest brands, movies, ...

Help vague Bing users get off of Microsoft's landing page and on with their lives. via @engadget
Having a hard time finding something on the internet? You're probably doing it wrong -- at least that seems to be Microsoft's supposition. The company

Other articles:

Bing Autosuggest Categories Revamped
UberGizmo (blog)

Microsoft expands Bing’s autosuggest for people to include animals, brands, movies, albums, places, and more 

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