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Old 07-26-2012, 12:46 AM   #51
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Bing market share will probably grow soon with Windows 8, Windows Phone 8, Surface and other Windows tablets, plus Internet Explorer on XBOX.
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I'm sorry but, whats a Blekko?
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I think Bingo might compete in 3 to 4 years....... Bleko not at all
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Old 07-29-2012, 02:34 AM   #54
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Bing? Nope, their marketing sucks. Their product is behind in terms of tech. They have absolutely no direction other than if it's out there people will use it. Everyone in their marketing department should be fired, there's zero creativity to compete with Google.

That's the problem, they are with Microsoft, there's endless amounts of $$$$, it's at a point where throwing money at it makes the problem "pretend" to go away. They'll never get over that. They also have the IE/new computers, devices, etc. so they rely on that. They need to stop relying on their $ and forced tech on devices and start marketing correctly, and doing the right creative products.

And unless Google has a serious, serious screw up that Bing can tout from, they aren't going to ever compete on a higher level.. The whole company is a fail in my book, no creativity direction in the online industry equals poor performance.
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Old 07-29-2012, 10:23 PM   #55
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Google will be fine as long as search stays mostly the way it is.

The biggest chance for Google to lose its dominating place in search is for us to enter a new paradigm as to what search actually is or what people use the web to search for. A really obvious example is for search to move towards "question answering" (think Siri), but there are many other opportunities for search to change into something very different from how we view it today.
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I think it could be Fb, you see it right now
As long as Facebook continues with its strict advertising policies. They will never beat Google. As an example if doing a diet advertisement, you are not allowed to show a picture of a model with a tape measure around her stomach. They say the ad copy is not compliant. Pure Bullshit
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Big G owns the whole world, so it's impossible.
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Old 08-01-2012, 11:18 AM   #58
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As long as Facebook continues with its strict advertising policies. They will never beat Google. As an example if doing a diet advertisement, you are not allowed to show a picture of a model with a tape measure around her stomach. They say the ad copy is not compliant. Pure Bullshit
lol! I bet you aint getting pennies on facebook ayt?

The rules of facebook is very easy in the diet niche. "Never assume the current status of the customer and what his/her status might be in the future if he get's your product" I have ads that has been approved with a waist line with tape measure. And in your case your content is not compliant with your picture.. The picture is correct but the "Content is not Compliant with your Picture"


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Bing market share will probably grow soon with Windows 8, Windows Phone 8, Surface and other Windows tablets, plus Internet Explorer on XBOX.
Only time will tell brah... Bing might have a few more market shares but it will take more than windows8 to surpass what google has achieved..
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Old 08-02-2012, 01:20 AM   #59
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i think it is a possibility, but unlikely. the problem with google is they are unwilling to work with anyone, they have to own some entity in every single vertical available online. greedy. i would love to see another large company stick it to them. i bet if apple created a search engine, they could compete, but that isn't their business model.
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Old 08-08-2012, 04:07 PM   #60
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Google's changes are not to baffle the SEO crowd. Google needs to stay on it's toes in order to protect it's market share.

You think it's impossible that the king will be overthrown? Can anyone say Alta Vista? Of course it's possible - but Google's changes should only bring about quality improvements (in terms of relevant results) - that will keep quality high and their dominance.
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I really do not see anyone coming close to Google.
They are the best, they know what it takes to be the best and will continue to improve upon their products even when they're already considered to be the best, which all in all will make them the best for pretty much all eternity.
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Old 08-21-2012, 06:22 AM   #62
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no way! none going to beat google.
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Old 09-14-2012, 07:22 AM   #63
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Take a look around and you see that Google brings traffic to Bing... I highly doubt anything will replace Google. You have to take Gmail, Google Shopping, and the Google News section into consideration when comparing to Bing. Google maps and Google Earth have shut out Map Quest for sometime and aren't even in comparison by a small margin. Honestly the only threat to Google is Facebook, but I don't see the social media site trying to implement a search engine or at least we hope that it doesn't.
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Old 09-14-2012, 09:16 AM   #64
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Recently Bing has rolled out some features like Bing Webmaster and Bing API, surely they have plan to earn income from the ads and they are intending to compete with Google in the future about this. But nevertheless, for now Google is still the best.
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Old 12-19-2012, 10:25 PM   #65
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Big Google is more great.
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Old 01-05-2013, 10:58 AM   #66
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To get share of market from Google is not easy at all. Because it is the era of Googlization in web. Everyone thinks about google only weather in terms of business, information, services.
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Well google is obvious and user friendly, hence it has more attraction to the masses.

Even with better webmaster tools even Bing will not be able to capture the general audience as people build, invest and steer every piece they do for their site towards google and bing insists to have a significantly different algo. I mean why change whats working? Why not improve upon what most people already love?
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I get some solid results when searching with Bing but it just is not out there on peoples mind as to why should they change.

They need to make a leap in the mind's of people.
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What is in it to you? Just use what is best works for you. I use to use AOL search to see raw Google results, now I use Google69.com for the same reason.
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Old 03-07-2013, 11:48 AM   #71
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I agree
Google is spying you 24 x 7 whether you use their search engine or android

In search engine by savign cookies and showign u relalted ads and android by tracking ur gps location

This is complete breach of privacy. I mean come on why would i want anybody to keep track of whatever searches I make on google
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Old 03-07-2013, 12:04 PM   #72
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I think with G changing the serps so much these days we're actually in a better position to see a new dog on top.

A lot of google users look for confirmation bias when they search... they expect to see wikipedia, ehow, jcpenney, amazon, shit like that. When they don't they're a little leery of the results set.

Now with all of the serp changes I think G is trying to show us less of those results, and in turn, they might help wean users off of their particular flavor of the web.
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I really believe if Facebook were to get serious with search and using their massive amounts of collected information about their users, they could start to take lots of the market share from google.

And here's why I think that:

1) They have a huge brand recognition, and I'd bet almost everyone that visits Google, also visits facebook. It's probably not a 1 to 1 ratio, but it's probably pretty close. It all comes down to reach. I think Google continues to dominate because the mediums on which you'd search for information, all are closely tied to Google, and changing those mediums to use a different browser is complicated, and lets face it, people are lazy. Facebook Apps on Mobile phones and on browsers are accessed by users all the time.

2) Data collected about the user, is something Google is now trying to get into, but is still way behind that which Facebook has. This data can build a unique search experience that Google can only dream about.

But I'm not sure if Facebook is willing to take this risk. It's a huge risk, and goes into a market that they aren't so familiar with and wasn't their original purpose. But I think they need to. Google has their own social networking site, and although it sucks right now, they are finding ways to improve its usefulness all the time. I could really see a shift in the next year or two where Facebook gets destroyed by Google in their market. I think the only way Facebook can survive is fighting back against Google.

Besides that, I don't see anyone else being able to steal significant market share from Google. Bing will stay where it's at. Windows 8 and Windows phones will help create new mediums for users to utilize Bing, but guess what? Google is also in the phone/tablet market, and already has a larger market share in that mobile operating system space to begin with. And I really truly believe, the traditional desktop will slowly drift away from being used by the traditional family and Tablets/Pads/Smart Phones will take their place, and Android will be one of the prominent technologies in this space.
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I really believe if Facebook were to get serious with search and using their massive amounts of collected information about their users, they could start to take lots of the market share from google.
I also believe in it, I wonder zucka is thinking on it!
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Google's popularity is just in the name, "Google" sounds cute and harmless so people use it.

i remember the days when i use to use AskJeeves...lol

never liked Yahoo pages.
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To the point when the algorithm is too complicated and something very simple comes and takes over (hopefully we are getting there).

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The two Stanford guys that founded Google did so on the basis of building a better mousetrap. They worked extensively on developing the best mathematical search algorithms that had ever been devised. Since then, they continue to enhance the mathematical depth of Google algorithms. So far, no one (especially Bing) has even come remotely close to the sophistication of Google's algorithms. So long as that remains true Google will, and should, dominate the Internet.
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Old 09-11-2013, 09:54 AM   #77
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Google will be fine and the top for a long time to come if the search remains as it is.
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Old 09-17-2013, 12:08 AM   #78
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I bet two things may help to beat Google+.
1. If someone offers open sourse version of SE. Sounds crazy right?
2. If Google will become too much greedy.

No chance before.
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Old 10-08-2013, 09:04 AM   #79
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bing and yahoo total waste of time, not only do they generate next to no traffic for the same keyowrds the traffic also doesnt convert. I hold several extremly high ranking keywords in number 2 and 3 position on bing and yahoo which would earn $100s a day on google but probably get about $10 a week on both yahoo and bing.

i hope something new comes along soon as it will even the market up a bit and stop google doing whatever the hell they like to all the small businesses out there.
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DAE even visit the article? It's from Nov 2010. OP is trollin.
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Its very very hard to beat google almost impossible, its most powerful search engine everybody knows about that.
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Bing has a much better looking interface (thanks to the photos) and they've got a huge marketing opportunity with google starting to create bad will. Just point out that it's all about the search with them (or that it's all about computing with microsoft) with no creepy glasses, no privacy bullshit, no robot cars that will run people over. Play up the anti-govt angle too.

But like someone else mentioned, their marketing has sucked
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As it stands, Bing can't beat Google simply because Bing is an inferior search engine. There's not really any reason to use Bing over Google other than because you have some grudge against Google or whatever.

Thinking back to that Google vs. Bing competition they did makes me laugh. The one where you would search for something and vote which results were better or whatever. I don't remember what the results were but I'm sure it was something like "over 70% of people preferred Bing results!" People picked the Bing results why? Because they had pretty pictures on the serp, or it was more aesthetically pleasing in some way. Big deal.

Recently I was trying to remember a movie I saw a long time ago, and all I could remember was that it was in Japanese and there was some sort of "hatchet clan" in it or something. So, I went to Google and searched "hatchet clan movie"



It blew me away that they knew exactly what I wanted, despite my vague search (and wrong one at that - the thing in the movie was named the "Axe Gang"). But if I had searched it in Bing?



Not even fucking close.

Yeah, it's not like this search was of great importance (like 99.999% of searches) but I felt like this really shows how Google is "next level" compared to Bing.
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Bleeko ? what is that ? FB would be the new social search engine , i just remember the day that i stopped searching in yahoo and opened google for first time.
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Yeah, it's not like this search was of great importance (like 99.999% of searches) but I felt like this really shows how Google is "next level" compared to Bing.
This is exactly the kind of search I do all the time, and it's uncanny how Google manages to always know what I'm looking for. I can't stand the fuckers most of the time, but I don't see any SE anywhere near as intelligent as G is right now. And their data--which is feeding their algorithm--is coming in faster than any other search engine, so good luck bros catching up to that.

Like social networks (i.e. Facebook), a lot of the "value" in your preferred search engine is familiarity. Nobody wants to change bookmarks or the "look" they've already gotten used to. Even the muscle memory we all have in typing in G-O-O-G-L-E is hard to replace.
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Data from compete.com for 1+ year

Yahoo is nowhere near bing and google, and bing is way behind google

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One of my browsers has a Bing Search in it's toolbar. I search for Drupal questions frequently and am shocked at how poor Bing is. Bing must hate it when I type Google into their tool bar to find my answers.

For all the bitching, Google is still better.
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a buddy of mine works at blekko, they are just focusing on custom search solutions for companies now, not trying to beat out Google/Bing.
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Underdogs can take down favourites, you can find it happened a lot of times in the past. Facebook taking down myspace, Google taking down AOL, yahoo's positions etc. However Sergey is a genuis and makes good judgment on most of the Google's investments. I won't deny some of them failed miserably due to prematurely planning and wrong execution.

Will Bing or Blekko yield better results oneday? Sure why not, but Google is not only search engine they have much more indept corperation compared to his competitors. Taking down a competition requires a clear gameplan and I don't think neither of those have it fully comprehended it yet.

Taking down Google however will be an end of an era literally at least for IM. In this regard Blekko's approach is more accurate in my opinion rather than directly aiming Google's position just create your own community which will eventually deplete Google's marketshare.
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My 2 cents...I really don't see how Bing, Facebook, or Blekko or someone else can beat Google in next few years...they earning big money with Adwords and investing in all potentially great technologies. Someone should present something really revolutionary in to beat Google in upcoming years.
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Not a chance....at least not anytime in the near future....
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Nope. Not when they cannot rise up their market share on the "search engine market"!
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Google and Bing are very popular search engines. It's very hard to say anything about that search engines. I don't think blekko will beat any search engine.
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we know google are big than others now, many website are depending how they rank in google than to others like in bing..
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Why dont they just merge
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I think that Bing has no chance to beat Google, and Blekko even less chances (personally, i don't like it, it seems a poor imitation of Google, and i'm not mentioning that the results you get on a search are less relevant than in the first two browsers i've mentioned)
Yes I agree. No one is going to beat Google anytime soon. The problem is Google have developed and own all Intellectual Property regarding algorithmic search. No one is going to be able to generate the search results in the same fashion Google do.

The only way Google will be beaten is if someone changes HOW good search results are generated... and this can't be done algorithmically.

Possibly socially curated by the masses perhaps??
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i think now that facebook and bing are working together and yahoo also now uses bing, i think market share of google is gonna go down for search, how much nobody can predicts.
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