Bing Updates Webmaster FAQs

Bing has updated their Webmaster FAQs section with a 28 page, 82 question PDF available for download. These documents are always quite handy to keep and I guess a Pdf means you can print. Although for any webmasters looking to gain some SEO insight it would have been advisable for Bing to have provided these in HTML format too! Download the Bing Webmasters FAQ here

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