Hachman’s Reasons to switch from Google to Bing

Hachman, Mark. “The 4 Reasons I Switched from Google to Bing.” PCWorld. N.p., 22 Sept. 2014. Web. 29 Mar. 2016. Hachman is “PCWorld’s senior editor” who “focuses on Microsoft news and chip technology, among other beats. He has formerly written for PCMag, BYTE, Slashdot, eWEEK, and ReadWrite” ( Hachman bio). Mark Hachman Hachman believed that Bing “improved speed and reliability” and also “added social connections” ( Hachman par. 4). His first reason for switching was due to the fact that Bing increased engagement with the users by implementing “Bing Rewards” (Hachman par. 7). They simply give you credits for searching in Bing’s engine. You can redeem those credits for items like a $5 Amazon gift card for 475 credits. His second reason is that on certain searches, Bing provides “vast, white space on the right side, displaying contextual information about the school, its history, news, and more” (Hachman par. 9). Bing’s “image search adds an extra layer of search filters that Google users must drill down to find” and it also made it easy to “find a licensed photo to illustrate a newsletter” (Hachman par. 12). “Thumbnail images of anything Bing thinks is for adults only are actually blurred out by default” unless the user decides to enable the Adult content switch on ( Hachman par. 15). Bing’s default Adult content block The purpose of this article is to persuade the audience that Bing is a great alternative for Google if you have the similar needs as the author. The intended audience are users who use search engines religiously who needs an efficient way of searching through the web,...
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