Bing.com is a search engine from Microsoft and is advertised as a “decision engine.” BING stands for Bing Is Not Google and does go beyond just searching for information, to assisting you in your decisions. Visit the information about bing.com on Wikipedia to learn all the ways you can use bing.
I can highly recommend bing.com next time you need to find flights and lodging. After you go to bing.com, click on “Travel” in the links across the top. You could then click on “Hotels” to quickly find lodging and rates. Or, you could just click on “Destinations” which also includes flights and hotels in the search. Read more…
Bing is a very visual site. Many of the searches are presented with photos (see Bing Trends for an example). Every day, the wallpaper for the home site features a beautiful photo of a new destination with some fun facts sprinkled in. For this reason alone, bing.com is my home page. Bing.com’s photography is so well done that they made an agreement with National Geographic for some of their photos.
- What’s Trending?
- Google Your Trip to find motels and other destinations using Google Maps
- The Road Less Traveled about the “Traffic” feature on Google Maps
- Map Your Donor Team make an online map of your destination with locations for your motel, rental car, appointments, and more.
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