Google versus Bing

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Subject: Google versus Bing
From: Chris <>
Date: Thu, 24 Dec 2009 16:15:07 -0800 (PST)
One corporate client I work for gets only about 5% of their incoming traffic 
through bing. The rest is mainly google. However their area of interest is 
cars, not birds. Don't forget to search directly on flickr too, especially with 
the species name as a "tag" (keyword)

Merry Christmas


On 25/12/2009, at 9:00 AM,  wrote:

I've been searching for some bird images on Google Image Search and Bing..

In no case did Bing have any relevant images that Google Images didin't have, 
and in most cases it had fewer hits.

So, Google images still has the edge.

Happy Xmas and New Year

John Leonard

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