Bing has launched a new service dubbed Editors' Picks, which is designed to enhance Bing results by bringing editorially selected sites to your search experience.
By compiling lists of editorially selected sites for certain topics, to "help you find what you're looking for faster", Editors' Picks collect links to relevant sites that may be useful to you, but "may not always make it to the top of the search results page".
Editors' Picks are small collections of relevant sites that our online editorial experts think will be useful to you, but may not always make it to the top of the search results page.
"The job of Bing editors is to enhance your experience on Bing. For example, when we know you're looking for something really specific -- like "How to use a semicolon" or "Free clip art"-- we'll provide a list of editorially selected sites on that specific topic (in addition to our algorithmic results) to help you find what you're looking for faster," explains bing.
"We see lots of interest in seasonal topics, like Thanksgiving recipes and crafts, so we've put together a collection of sites dedicated to that topic."
How to find Editors' Picks?
"Simply start a search as you normally would anywhere on Bing. If Editors' Picks are available for your search terms, you may see an Editors' Picks tab appear in the top rail or an instant answer (shown below) in the search results. Clicking on the tab or answer will bring you to a page that includes all the sites we've selected for that topic (as seen in the previous image)," Bing explains.
Additionally, you can visit Bing.com/editorspicks to find the full list of topics and browse for other interesting content.