Chapter 5 – Bing Webmaster Tool viewing data and using tools Part 4.
In this chapter, we will take a look some additional feature which Bing Webmaster has for website users. We will discuss them while going trough last set of navigation menu in BWT.
- Navigate to the Knowledge Widget tool by tapping or clicking Widgets > Knowledge Widget in the navigation menu.
- Next, In the Knowledge Widget screen, enter a friendly name for your widget to make it easier to find later, and click or tap Create.
- Next you will see the Knowledge Widget Settings screen. Locate the Copy Code button and tap or click it to copy the code to your clipboard.
- At this point you can already paste the code you just copied into your web site’s or blog’s page source, for example just before the closing </body> tag. Any settings you make for this widget will stored in the cloud and will not require changing the code again (in fact, we use the data-id attribute as the key to lookup settings).
- Do this for every page you want to enhance with Bing Knowledge Widget or, alternatively, add it to your site or blog template that automatically includes the embed code into every page.
2. Translator Widget: This widget helps user to translate the content on the page and see them in their own language without having to leave the site or take help of another translating website. To add this feature a code has to be inserted in your website which can get here.
3. Message: This navigation menu has two submenu “Current” and “Archived”. This is the place where you will find any message from Bing if they have any information, suggestion or alert about your website. You would find a fresh message by clicking on “Current” and if you have archived any message you will find it under “Acchived”.
4. Webmaster API: This feature allows you to use Bing webmaster tool data in other locations. The main exceptions to this are the messaging and keyword research data. This is good if you are a coder and want to get data at your place of choice. So if you want to play with it click here to know more.
5. Bing Places for Business: This tool helps the local business to connect with local customers. You can sign up in this tool and get yourself listed in search result when someone in your locality is looking for local product and services which you provide.
This brings us to the end of BWT course, however, it is not going to end here, there a lot of concepts and tips and tricks which needs to be learnt so watch out for my blog post for more on BWT tips and tricks.
I would request my readers to ask questions and make use of the forum.