It wouldn’t take much to fix that: Add a simple line on the screenshot above that says something like, “Your changes will be reviewed and may take a week to appear on Bing.” Step Three: Wait I checked back a few times in the following days and, after about a week, her listing was updated with the changes and new info that I added.That’s not too long to wait, but it was still a surprise because Bing never bothered to tell me how long it might take. The wind map is a personal art project, not associated with any company.Surface wind data comes from the National Digital Forecast Database.
This map shows you the delicate tracery of wind flowing over the US. Please do not use the map or its data to fly a plane, sail a boat, or fight wildfires :-) If the map is missing or seems slow, we recommend the latest Chrome browser.Bing came back with another question for me: How soon did I want a call? Saw the screen above for about 20 seconds, and then it instantly updated to this: Hallelujah, that was fast and easy! Sure enough, back in the local listing center, Bing was telling me that the updates were “Pending Review.” Huh?Nowhere in the process does Bing indicate whether listings will be updated right away or not.Really, this is easy and almost fun — a far cry from the rigamarole Google Maps makes you go through just for minor changes.Step One: Update and Review Your Listing When you login to the Bing Local Listing Center, all the normal options appear: Add a new listing, edit your current listing, etc.This is similar to how the other local listing centers operate, too; no big deal. Step Two: Verify Your Changes Step two involves Bing making sure you’re authorized to change the business listing. The page I was looking at shared the bad news in red: No worries. I texted her this time, asked her to call me, and finally explained what was going on.