Bing Shines Bright from Seattle

Some of you here in the Seattle area may have noticed the giant light beaming from the Pacific Science Center and the cool orange glow of the Space Needle. Whether you saw it or not, Bing is here to tell you all about it. Not only does Bing have the answer, but Bing IS the answer! In honor of today’s official unveiling of Bing, Microsoft’s first ever decision engine, we’re lighting up the city’s most well known monument to commemorate this special occasion. 

 

 

With Bing, we are focused on helping you complete tasks faster by presenting better organized and more relevant content, great tools to help you in your search experience, and services that can be found only on Bing that help people save time and money in four key areas: travel, shopping, local and health. Check the blog regularly as we take deep dives into some of the new Bing features such as Best Match, Preview, Search History and many more. In the meantime, go start exploring! We suggested a few queries to try here in a previous post if you’re seeking inspiration.

Thanks so much for all your feedback, comments and enthusiasm around Bing over the past few days here on the blog and on Facebook and Twitter. We’re so glad to be officially deployed as of today. Please keep the feedback coming.

 

Go Bing or Go Home.

 

Whitney Burk, Director, Bing

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15 comments
  1. webguy

    Very cool, I had no idea until I read this blog you guys were doing that.

    Look forward to seeing you take a nice chunk of the search market from the goog

  2. Anonymous

    Nice! Just waiting for Bing to roll out in other european countries..

  3. Weizensack

    Bing is an absolutely cool way to search the web and I'm loving it. I wish you all the best! :)

  4. Virtualawrence

    What does Go Bing or Go Home mean? I made Bing my homepage…so if I go home, I still go Bing.

  5. Virtualawrence

    What does Go Bing or Go Home mean? I made Bing my homepage…so if I go home, I still go Bing.

  6. Anonymous

    @virtuallawrence – It's a play on the phrase "go big or go home." Just having a little fun.

  7. Anonymous

    @peter – Thanks for your comment. We're working to roll out Bing features to other countries quickly. We'll be sure to share updates as soon as we have them so check back reguarly.

  8. Anonymous

    @webguy – Thanks for the feedback and welcome to Bing! We're glad you're enjoying it. We'll be updating the community site regularly so be sure to check back often. You can also follow us on twitter: http://twitter.com/bing

    or fan us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Bing. We have lots to share and don't want you to miss the updates.

  9. Anonymous

    I wish Microsoft could do advertising like this, outside of Seattle. Like maybe Houston?

  10. Anonymous

    @quickboy – we'd love to do this kind of thing around the world but we chose Seattle b/c we are headquartered in the Seattle area. We have an events area on this new community so I encourage you to check that section to see if/when we're coming your way.

  11. native pride kat

    I enjoy learning new things on computor. I am from alaska. And Looking for my friend Robbie bell once lived seattle washington.

  12. Mr.noom

    I enjoy learning too

    get the new bing

  13. Quality Directory

    I will follow up Bing to know how well it decides and if it will claim the king of search engines.

  14. Quality Directory

    I will follow up Bing to know how well it decides and if it will claim the king of search engines.

  15. Anonymous

    I write articles on Bing Blog I, of course in Indonesian language. I hold the light at a bing akan far better known. Success

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