The ultimate guide to using Bing Webmaster Tools – Part 4

In this section, I’m going to cover the following and an overview of the options and tools in each:

  • Widgets.
  • Copyright removal notices.
  • Webmaster Tools API.
  • Support.
  • Specialty services.

Widgets

All the widgets featured in this section are lightweight JavaScript modules you can implement on your website. The Translator Widget assists with real-time language translation, and the Knowledge Widget works with the Bing knowledge graph.

Knowledge Widget. The Knowledge Widget allows you to detect entities on your site and link them to the entity graph which is part of the Bing Knowledge repository to provide rich details and information about the entity. You can customize how Bing visualizes the entities and how people can interact with them.

Example of the Knowledge Widget on the Forrest Gump page of Wikipedia:

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About The Author

​Christi Olson is a Search Evangelist at Microsoft in Seattle, Washington. For over a decade Christi has been a student and practitioner of SEM. Prior to joining the Bing Ads team within Microsoft, Christi worked in marketing both in-house and at agencies at Point It, Expedia, Harry & David, and Microsoft (MSN, Bing, Windows). When she’s not geeking out about search and digital marketing she can be found with her husband at ACUO crossfit and running races across the PacificNW, brewing and trying to find the perfect beer, and going for lots of walks with their two schnauzers and pug.

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