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Google vs. Bing — a Quasi-empirical Study

January 13th, 2011 01:19 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

eko3 writes “SearchEngineLand.com is featuring an article that compares Google’s result query relevance performance to Microsoft’s Bing. Through the author’s methodology and very small sampling, he argues Bing returns slightly more relevant results than Google. The article suggests that Google is riding its current market success based on its legacy namesake when internet search used to be a lot more painful than it is today.”

Source: Google vs. Bing — a Quasi-empirical Study

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