Google is dominating the web markets by giving the Google Webmaster Tools for free for the websites and blog sites. Yesterday, Bing introducing Bing Webmaster Tools and it has three main objectives initially, a) crawl; b) index; c) traffic.
New features include:
- Index Explorer: Provides access to browse through the Bing index in order to verify which of your directories and pages have been included.
- Submit URLs: Allows you to tell Bing which URLs should be included in the index.
- Crawl Issues: Allows you to view details on redirects, malware and exclusions encountered while crawling sites.
- Block URLs: Allows you to prevent specific URLs from appearing in Bing search engine results pages.
At the log, Bring webmaster tools giving this messages:
Welcome to the new Bing Webmaster Tools. The site has been redesigned to be easier to use, with an intuitive design organized around three key areas: crawl, index and traffic. New features, such as Index Explorer and rich charting functionality, provide a comprehensive view into how Bing crawls and indexes your sites. We’ll continue to add to the Bing Webmaster Tools as we develop new features that empower you to make more informed decisions about your sites but we encourage you to send us your feedback, suggestions and questions to help determine how the site evolves. Check the Bing Webmaster Blog to stay updated on new features and developments.
Find answers to most of your questions in the help section, which includes links to a Getting Started guide and additional guides on topics such as: site ownership verification, Sitemaps, and the Bing index. If you still have questions, the Bing Webmaster Forums is a great resource for additional support.
Let’s see how it will engage the users and bring more juice and we know when the competitor is growing the consumer/user getting high quality performance and also let’s see how bring grab some portion of shares of webmaster tools from Giant Google to other competitors.