Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Microsoft's Bing to offer English language to Baidu's Chinese Search Website

Microsoft's Bing search engine to offer English language search results for Baidu, China's major search engine website, the companies declared together.

Added information about the contract that incorporates financial transactions was not revealed. The budge trails Google's verdict last year to draw its search engine from China's mainland, as per high voltage drama regarding censorship of the Search data that google provided on Net. The Google.cn page at this moment redirects visitors to Google's Hong Kong search website when they endeavor to get the terms into the search bar.

Baidu has good share of pie in China’s search engine market and that comprise of 80 percent. Enhanced English language results via Bing possibly will improve its share even elevated.

Baidu is planning to get in to big game by showing much of big moves to expand its presence felt in World map. Last month, it declared a US$306 million agreement with Qunar, a Chinese travel search engine, that resolve to notice Baidu turning out to be Qunar's majority shareholder.

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For the moment, Microsoft has no double mind nor enthusiastic to expand superior access to China's roughly 480 million Internet users as it putted its hand further ahead of Google's gigantic leap in the World map of search engine market.

As per to the report on Search engine market, Google is leading the share of search engine market with 91.07 percent of the worldwide market contrasted to 3.21 percent for Bing.

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