Found this article on Mashable:
"Microsoft Bing Controls 30% of Search Market, Google Slowly Shrinking" (sorry, can't post links yet)
The point of the article is this "Microsoft has secured 30% of the search market, largely at Google's expense, according to data from Experian Hitwise."
Since Yahoo is powered by Bing, when you combine both of their market share you get 30%
"Google, on the other hand, now controls 64.42% of the U.S. search market, a decrease of 3% from its 66.69% share in February. What's worse, Google's market share is down 10% from August 2010, when it owned 71.59% of the search market. August was the first month Yahoo Search was powered by Bing, and since then both search engines have grown. This is especially true for Bing.com, which only had 9.87% of the market in August."
Are you guys and gals optimizing your websites for Bing at all? Is there any special we have to do? From what I heard here, Bing doesn't care about follow/no-follow stuff and just counts links. Does that mean that we should be building more links irregardless of follow status?
What are you thoughts on this?