19 Mar '12, 6pm

Bing, Not Google, Favors Wikipedia More Often in Search Results [Study]

Bing, Not Google, Favors Wikipedia More Often in Search Results [Study]

While Google is often criticized for having a Wikipedia bias, it isn’t the only search engine that has one. When you conduct searches on Bing, you’re actually more likely to see Wikipedia prominently in your search results than for the same search on Google, namely the No. 1 spot, one of the top three spots, and on the first page of search results, according to a new Search Engine Watch study.

Full article: http://searchenginewatch.com/article/2161910/Bing-Not-Goo...

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