Bing recently launched a new campaign to duke it out with Google in San Francisco for search engine supremacy, as it dares fellow default Google searchers to take on the Bing It On challenge.
In a blind side-by-side test for five quick rounds, the contestants simply typed in any search topic of their choice and voted which column had the better search results. A draw is also an option too. According to the results so far, Google is falling behind Bing with a lead of 2:1. More than 57% of participants voted for Bing and only 30% voted for Google. The remainder was a draw.
Although it seems as if Bing is prevailing, after goofing around with the test a bunch of times, 100% of my victories ended up on Google’s board and even rendered a high score of a 4:1 victory for the know-it-all Google. The test is available at BingItOn.com for those who want to give it a shot.
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