Bing is an internet search engine by Microsoft Corporation<br />Bing&apos;s aim and direction is to provide its users with...
Bing&apos;s provides a free to use search engine<br />Bing enables its users to search the web, shop, search videos, image...
Bing was created by Microsoft Corporation and launched on June 1st 2009.Who currently runs the company?Microsoft continues...
Bing currently operates from Microsoft Corporation headquarters in Redmond, WashingtonHow did it all begin?Bing was create...
        Bing.com provides its users with a great experience all around. The websites appearance changes each and everyday,...
One addition that would benifit both Bing and its customers would be an email service. Although Microsoft already provides...
Sources Used in this Presentation<br />Bing.com<br />wikipedia.org <br />microsoft.com<br />cnet.com<br />pcworld.com<br /...
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  2. 2. Bing is an internet search engine by Microsoft Corporation<br />Bing&apos;s aim and direction is to provide its users with a fast and easy search engine that provides accurate and relevant searches<br />
  3. 3. Bing&apos;s provides a free to use search engine<br />Bing enables its users to search the web, shop, search videos, images, and news at their own convenience. It also provides Bing translator and maps. Bing also uses web slices for weather and traffic information<br />Bing is available on the world wide web and internationally in several different languages.<br />Bing is promoted and advertised as being a decision maker. It uses the slogan &quot;Bing and Decide&quot;. Bing advertises as offering more relevant, higher quality, and faster searches then its competitors.<br />Bing is packaged as the primary and default search engine on Internet Explorer 8 which can be downloaded on Windows Xp, Vista, and 7.<br />
  4. 4. Bing was created by Microsoft Corporation and launched on June 1st 2009.Who currently runs the company?Microsoft continues to own and operate Bing.com as its official search engineWhat is the concept involved with this company?Bing is marketed as being a decision maker in giving its users the most relevant searchesWhere did it all begin?Bing was first introduced and unveiled during the All Things Digital conference in San Diego<br />
  5. 5. Bing currently operates from Microsoft Corporation headquarters in Redmond, WashingtonHow did it all begin?Bing was created to become the web search engine of Microsoft CorporationWhy did it all begin?Bing began as a replacement and successor  toMicrosoft&apos;s Window&apos;s live search<br /> When did the company form? While Bing formed recently in 2009, its owner Microsoft was formed in 1975, but began making search engines in 1998 with MSN search.<br />
  6. 6. Bing.com provides its users with a great experience all around. The websites appearance changes each and everyday, with a image which may symbolize or reflect  a date, art, culture, or city. The site is very effective and easy to use. Web searches are relevant to your search. Image and video searches are well organized and layed out.  The sites appearance shows great originality as it is different from that of its competitors. The site is well organized, thought out, and user friendly.<br />
  7. 7. One addition that would benifit both Bing and its customers would be an email service. Although Microsoft already provides emails with @live.com and @hotmail.com. Bing would benefit with an @bing.com. This would help against its competitors google and yahoo who provide their users with email.<br />Another addition that would help benifit Bing is to allow their service to run as the default search engine to Apple users. Although unlikely that Apple and Microsoft would agree to such terms it would provide Bing with a greater number of users.<br />
  8. 8. Sources Used in this Presentation<br />Bing.com<br />wikipedia.org <br />microsoft.com<br />cnet.com<br />pcworld.com<br /> Presented by<br />HabeebFamuyide<br />

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