Results will now include feedback about which content your friends have liked, as well as links to wall posts, in an attempt to drive feedback from a user’s friends. According to Bing’s own blog post, “not only [will you] see the individual pages or stories your friends like, but the overall sites they like related to the topic you’re searching for.” This appears to be a subtle improvement over the previous version launched in February. Whether or not such results will be more accurate is unknown, but my personal experience is that when one of my friends likes a specific site, I’m much more likely to visit it. Additionally Bing is integrating status updates from brand pages as part of the search results. In what appears to be somewhat of an oversight, Bing’s results don’t appear to make a distinction between official and unofficial pages. Get the full story at AllFacebook and AdAge