Select Website 

Recruitment Directory's Blog - Australia's #1 Recruitment Technology Blog!

Back to Menu Back to Menu

Bing & SEO

Posted By: Thomas Shaw, 11:09pm Thursday 20 August 2009    Print Article

A few months ago, Microsoft launched their new search engine called Bing replacing MSN Live. Actually, it’s now called a “search decision engine”. Is Bing a real threat to Google? Maybe, maybe not. It will all depend on the user uptake and search relevance. How well does your recruitment website rank in Bing?

There is a lot of confusion in the industry caused by different advice on SEO - "jobs" must be your number 1 keyword.... errrr no.

Let's face it; unless you are going to spend an enormous amount of money and resources on SEO, you are going to waste your money trying to become the number 1 search result for "jobs". 

Instead, focus on relevant keywords specific to your organisation and services. Think outside the box and remember these keywords are not set in stone. What keywords would you use to search for a job?

There is no guarantee that if your website ranks well on Google you will rank the same on Bing. But one thing is for certain - your website needs to be visible on the search engine. Try searching for “jobs” on both Google and Bing (disregard the sponsored links).






Article URL: http://www.recruitmentdirectory.com.au/Blog/bing-seo-a252.html

Article Tags: bing bing.com google seo search engine optimisation search engine search ranking search decision engine

Comments Hide Comments (0)

Feel free to join in on the conversation. All comments are moderated before publishing. Comments posted by subscribers don't necessarily reflect the views of Recruitment Directory.

Your Name: * Required
Your Email Address: * Required
Website URL:
Comments: * Required
Refresh
Enter the code you see in the image above (case sensitive). Click on the image to refresh it.
 


Back to Menu Back to Menu



Random Blog Articles

Typosquatting
Published: 6:27pm Monday 13 April 2009

5 tips to stop your recruitment database walking out the door
Published: 8:41am Thursday 24 March 2011

Your job alert subscription will expire in 26 days
Published: 11:19am Wednesday 21 October 2009

XAuth. What is it?
Published: 8:00am Thursday 24 June 2010

Creating an Effective Social Media Strategy, Part 1 - Overview
Published: 1:38pm Monday 27 July 2009