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We recently signed up for a month long trial with Acquisio, a Pay Per Click campaign management tool that is aimed at agencies around the world. Read more
With the launch of Bing, many website owners have discovered that the description of their site is not all it should be.
Whilst, as most site owners understand, the description on Google is taken from the Meta Description tag, Bing has taken the decision to extract the information from their listing in the Open Directory (DMOZ).
This is a question I often get asked by clients, and so I thought I’d share some information about Bing and why you should definitely consider Bing advertising as a great opportunity within your biddable media strategy. We’ll look at what makes it different to AdWords and why it can compliment your existing online marketing.
Microsoft adCenter announce client-agency relationship platform, allowing users to create a direct relationship with their PPC agency.
This client-agency relationship option should make it easier for many advertisers to get their paid search ads live on Bing. As described on the Microsoft adCenter Help page, all that is required is for both parties to create an account. The client can then invite their agency using the account number and the email of the authorised account handler.
In my mind there are key steps that everyone should be following when a Pay Per Click campaign is being created. Whether you are new to PPC or an experienced Search Specialist, we all need guidelines to ensure we keep on track.
The re-launch of MSN Live to Bing has generated a lot of hype across the Internet. Many advertisers who wouldn’t have considered using the Microsoft adCenter before are certainly giving it some thought now.
There are many tools available for new advertisers and also those that have been running paid search campaigns for years.
Bing is the newly refurbished Microsoft search engine, formerly known as MSN Live and MSN Search. Microsoft launched Bing on 1st June 2009, with a clean and uncluttered layout and a daily image that is rotated daily to provide searchers with a fresh and attractive search experience. Read more
One of the advantages of Pay Per Click advertising on Bing is the age and gender demographic targeting.
The Microsoft adCenter has collected data overtime from various sources to create this targeting feature estimating the visitor’s gender and age: Read more
The world’s biggest social media site, Facebook, are to dump Microsoft adCenter as they prepare to launch their own advertising platform. But with the original deal not running out until 2011, full worldwide Bing integration appears to have been the real deal sweetener.
Bing Ads are often forgotten about in favour of Google AdWords, which is why Arianne Donoghue writes for us today to explain the unique benefits of the channel and why it’s more than just a smaller alternative to AdWords.