It is not every day that one of the major search engines announces plans to disclose some of its secrets, algorithms and plans for the future. If Bing's goal was to capture the attention of millions of people around the world, it certainly has with its new blog series entitled Bing Search Quality Insights.
With everyone keeping a close watch on search engines these days, everyone is certainly going to be keeping track of what is happening over at Bing. This is especially true since Bing plans on shedding light on some of its secrets, including but not limited to how the search engine works and the algorithms that drive Bing's search engines. However, that is not all that Bing intends to do with its blog series. The company hopes that people who are interested in improving the quality of search engines will get involved in the conversation.
Some of Bing's key players will be getting involved and participating in Bing’s Search Quality Insight Blog series. Many major contributors at Bing will be blogging on popular topics, including but not limited to its search engine, search results, research and highlights from a list of other projects the company is working on with Microsoft Research and many others.
Bing hopes that its Search Quality Insights blog series will open the lines of communication and encourage people to post comments and information. Bing is really looking forward to creating a perfect search engine – or at least trying to. By creating a new blog series, Bing is certainly demonstrating that it is taking the steps to gain ground in the search engine industry. What we do know is that Bing's search engine didn’t just happen overnight and is the product of what is years of research. The search engine is definitely taking a step in the right direction by offering users a unique search experience.
In a recent post written by Jan Pedersen, Bing’s Chief Scientist for Core Search,
Jan offered a glimpse into what makes Bing so different. In his post, he discusses Bing's unique approach to searches and page relevance. Unlike Google, Bing is not as focused on page rank, but focused more on pinpointing everything users may need and providing enhanced search results. Bing's goal is to offer users everything they may need, including but not limited to maps, video and images. Bing's main goal is to personalize its search engine results and improve users experience by providing optimized search results.
Whether you use Bing's search engine or not, take the time to get involved and start reading Bing's Search Quality Insights blog series today. Bing may hold the key to the future of the search engine industry and this is definitely a unique opportunity to learn everything there is to know about Bing's unique approach to providing high-quality search engine results.