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Posted 12 January 2011 - 08:56 AM
When entering his url
The results may start with
And there's a notation under the search box
"We're including results for herdomain.com. Do you want results only for www.hisdomain.com?"
Can anyone shed any light on why Bing would do it this way?
Posted 12 January 2011 - 03:13 PM
The search you're running -- www.domain.com -- should return any pages that reference www.domain.com, both on and off the domain itself, although it's not going to give you every page on every domain that references www.domain.com, since Bing still limits the number of results from a single domain on a given SERP (Google recently made a change on that, but only on particular queries where it's clear that numerous results from one domain were called for).
Do you get anything strange using the site: operator -- site:hisdomain.com?
Posted 13 January 2011 - 09:52 AM
I was thinking that maybe Bing was returning two pages from one site on a search for the domain name of the other site because someone had linked to the second site and accidentally used the domain name of the first site as the anchor text. I still think that's the most likely explanation, but I wasn't able to actually find such a link.
Posted 17 January 2011 - 12:52 PM
1) Find out who's the owner of herdomain.com
2) Use the webmaster tools made available by Google, Yahoo!, and Bing to find out any indexing errors.
3) As qwerty suggest run a backlink check to find out any correlation between the 2 domains.
Hopefully this is just a temporary indexing error.
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