Microsoft Bing is now tucking away its emblem, hiding it from searchers, after you conduct a search utilizing your cellular system. Bing will anchor you right down to the highest of the search field, transferring the Microsoft Bing emblem out of view, and focusing simply on the search outcomes web page.
Former Microsoft Bing worker, Duane Forrester, noticed this, he posted this on Twitter. I can replicate this on my iPhone, so let me describe what occurs.
You seek for one thing on Bing.com on cellular and the web page appears to be like like this:
Should you scroll up the web page a bit, you may then see the Microsoft Bing emblem on the high:
Microsoft is anchoring you down the web page, to not distract you with their emblem and branding.
Here’s a GIF of it in motion:
Duane stated, “Anchoring the SERP web page with the emblem out of web site. Forces me to give attention to the outcomes, not the engine. That is Bing, and at a look, you can’t inform. Intelligent method of getting searchers targeted and breaking an outdated behavior as soon as they have interaction.”
I suppose Microsoft would not need folks to see the Bing emblem and resolve to go to Google.
The blind style check for search?
Discussion board dialogue at Twitter.