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    March 14, 2012
Bing Proposes To Follow One URL Per Content Item Strategy
Bing has taken a clear stance on mobile SEO with its post on the Bing Search Blog. Bing is going ahead with the "one URL per content item" strategy. This means there will be no different URLs for a website for a computer or a mobile phone. In fact they will prefer producing lesser versions of URLs as webmasters will avoid underperforming results this way.
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