Tech Friday: Use Bing.com and get cashback when shopping

Posted By on June 19, 2009

bingGreat tip from Paul Thurrott of winsupersite.com about shopping with Microsoft’s new bing.com websearch tool. Besides being a Google challenging search tool, it can also save/make you some money.  You’ll need to sign up for ‘cashback’ using a Windows ID email (ie. live.com), but by using the impressive search website and associated vendors (huge list), you’ll be able to have cashback plunked right into your Paypal account. Give it a try.

Bing Cash back

Comments

  • Microsoft Bing would be the closet competitor of Google. but i still use Google because it shows more relevant results on the serp.

  • Bing search engine gives almost the same search results as Google. Looks like Google will now have a tough competition when it comes to search engine technology.

  • i am using both Bing and Google and i think both search engines give relevant search results. i would still prefer Google though, because it gives a little bit more relevant search results than Bing.

  • BING search engine is just as good as Google. In my own personal experience, Google does give more releveant search result than Bing but the difference is very small. **

  • Tom

    i am a user of Microsofts BING search engine and it is as good as google for static webpage search. for searching blogs, i think google gives more relevant search results compared bing.

  • my default search engine is Yahoo but now i am using BING because it is much better than Yahoo. i heard that Bing search engine would power Yahoo search also.

  • Bing will no longer be offering cash back after July 2010.

  • Connor Campbell

    i would have to say that Google is slightly better than Bing search engine

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