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JasonBr
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I know its probably too early to tell but does anyone have any information about how "bing" indexes pages? Is it similar to google's robots? Have any of you made changes to make your pages more "bing friendly"?

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Optimise for google, Bing will be fine. You could Bing "search engine optimisation" for more info ;)

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