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Search engines are notoriously slow. Bing can be especially. As well, Bing does not index all sites. It has criteria that it uses to include a site. Even then, Bing may not index all pages. It has criteria for that too.


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https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/1663744?hl=en Each page needs to be its own canonical, with rel= link pointing to next and/or previous pages. This is often mis-interperated as only page 1 needs canonical. Nope, it's every page as its own canonical. In our stores we append " - Page 2" to the end of the page title so that users coming from SERPS ...


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Bing supports the use of the site: filter in the search bar. I just performed a test using Bing and doing a search for a government department in Australia to filter just on departments website for the keyword earthquake. The search string used was site:ses.vic.gov.au earthquake and the results returned was as expected only pages from that domain with the ...



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