Bing, Microsoft’s search engine, released a new free search engine optimization toolbox in January 2010. This SEO chat is directed to website developers, hosting providers and server administrators and reaches to assist in improving website findability and user experience.
In Microsoft’s move to niche out a piece of the search engine market, they obviously are looking not to compete so much with the likes of Google, but to offer users more specific online tools in SEO. This service offers site analysis tools, robot exclusion tool, site maps and site Index offerings. As most website developers and SEO consultants know, these tools are some of the most needed in the industry when helping clients attract targeted visitors to their websites.
Industry reviews of the search engine optimization tool explained that the site analysis tool is among the best. It allows for the illustration of local and external websites for its content, structure and URLs. The system can identify issues in any of the criteria that may pose a negative impact and affect visitor experience. Like any good online tool, several reports are offered to analyze a website’s compliance with the recommendations. These reports will list any broken links, duplicate content or performance problems.
Despite the positive impact the Microsoft Bing SEO toolkit may offer, is not a replacement for other well-known optimization tools. However, the introduction of this service by Microsoft shows that the company is thinking of new markets and a desire to help the online professional community.
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