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Here on the Office team, we want you to be able to find a good answer when you search for help in whatever program you happen to be using. One way to do that is to show you search results in Help from other reputable web sites, alongside our own articles and videos.
For example, when you search for "count” in Excel, you’ll see this:
Many people are using Office products in creative, inspiring ways. Some of these people are publishing how-to articles to their own sites, answering questions in forums, putting free Office tutorials on YouTube, and so on. We want you to be able to tap into this wealth of content, so that you have a better chance of finding the answer to your question.
We'll show you our own answers first, in the top few slots. After that, you'll start to see results from other reputable sites in the results. Those sites may include:
The ability to see results from other web sites is available in both the 2007 and 2010 versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Access.
We're curious to know what you think about this change. Do you like seeing content from other web sites in Help?
We provide that kind of content in our blog in French: www.ems-conseil.com/home-blog-utilisateurs.html
How can it be available in the help ?
I think the links that are displayed in the help should correspond to keywordsbut also to social ranking to avoid unuseful content.
Hi Pierre. Thanks for taking the time to blog about Office products. We appreciate it!
To answer your question, we pull content directly from Bing’s search index, so as long as Bing knows about your blog, it’s possible for your posts to appear in our search results. To improve where you appear in the results, it’s a matter of following basic best practices for search engine optimization, such a making sure you use the right keywords in your posts—i.e., the words that someone might type in the search box to find a particular topic. Be sure to use these keywords in your visible page text, including titles, descriptions, and headings.
Hope this helps!