Bing.com Features Saint Louis River in Minnesota

By January 22, 2014Search Engines

We love it when local Minnesota people and places get noticed!

On Sunday, January 19th, 2014, the Bing.com homepage featured the Saint Louis River here in Minnesota.

It’s a very cool and mysterious looking river don’t cha think?

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On Sunday, January 19th, 2014, the Bing.com homepage featured the Saint Louis River in Minnesota.

Bing.com Homepage on 2014-01-19 features the Saint Louis River here in Minnesota.

 
So what’s in the boxes?
 
Box #1: Over The Course Of Nearly 200 Miles That These Waters Flow…
The scenery changes quite a bit »
 

Saint Louis River, Minnesota - Over The Course Of Nearly 200 Miles That These Waters Flow... The Scenery Changes Quite A Bit

Over The course of nearly 200 miles that these waters flow… The scenery changes quite a bit.

 
Box #2: This Is The Longest River In The United States That Empties Into A Great Lake.
If you know which lake, you might feel a little lofty »
 
Saint Louis River, Minnesota - This Is The Longest River In The United States That Empties Into A Great Lake. If you know which lake, you might feel a little lofty.

This is the longest river in the United States that empties into a Great Lake. If you know which lake, you might feel a little lofty.

 
Box #3: The Upper Course Of This River Flows Through A National Forest.
In summertime, firefighters actually start fires in these woods »
 
Saint Louis River, Minnesota - The Upper Course Of This River Flows Through A National Forest. In summertime, firefighters actually start fires in these woods.

The upper course of this river flows through a national forest. In summertime, firefighters actually start fires in these woods.

 
Box #4: Heavily Polluted During The 20th Century The River Is Cleaner Today And Efforts Are Underway To Reintroduce a Legendary Fish.
It’s prized the world over for it’s eggs, but if you catch one, wildlife authorities ask you to put it back »
 
Saint Louis River, Minnesota - Heavily Polluted During The 20th Century The River Is Cleaner Today And Efforts Are Underway To Reintroduce a Legendary Fish. It's prized the world over for it's eggs, but if you catch one, wildlife authorities ask you to put it back.

Heavily Polluted During The 20th Century The River Is Cleaner Today And Efforts Are Underway To Reintroduce a Legendary Fish. It’s prized the world over for it’s eggs, but if you catch one, wildlife authorities ask you to put it back.

 
Info/Credit Box: Saint Louis River, Minnesota (© Richard Hamilton Smith/Gallery Stock)
 

This makes the 4th time in the last 2 years that Bing has featured a Minnesota location. Check out the other 3.

Cheers!

James Svoboda, MnSearch President, WebRanking CEO, Marketing Land Contributor, Which Test Won Advisory Board member, and Husband & Father in Eden Prairie, MN. You can find me on Google+, LinkedIn and Twitter.

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