Bing ads

Bing is all set to retire its campaign planner tool from 26 July for keyword planner to take its role

Search Engine Bing has decided to retire its campaign planner tool from July 26. from then keyword planner will take the its role as it also provide all the feature of campaign planner. Campaign planner is a tool that Bing has introduced in 2014 with features of vertical benchmarks, trending and forecasting data, competitor performance

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Bing Ads rolls out scheduling feature for ad extensions

Bing Ads announced the release of a new feature which helps you in scheduling your ad extensions. This feature allows advertisers to “manage when to show certain ad extensions in Bing Ads. This ad extension scheduling feature is rolling out for nearly all extensions globally. This Ad extension scheduling feature is available for the following ad

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Bing Ads launched in Australia and New Zealand

Microsoft has announced the commencement of Bing ads in Australia and New Zealand recently. Bing ads formerly known as Microsoft adCenter is a service from Microsoft’s stable that provides pay per click advertising on both Bing as well as Yahoo search engines. Bing Search has been a grand success for Microsoft and according to the

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Bing brings more control for Webmasters, can change Deep Links now on

Bing has recently announced changes to deep links management for its search engine with added control for webmasters to specifically remove deep links that Bing algorithm automatically generates to be shown under the main search results for a webpage. Webmasters can now on log in to Bing Webmaster Tools to remove the Deep Links that

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Microsoft bringing Bing Ads To Windows 8.1 Search this year

Seems like competition for advertisement market is stiffing up and it might prove to be dis-advantageous for tech giants like Google which currently dominates the lucrative search advertising segment. Microsoft has announced today that it will add its Bing Ads system to the new version of windows, WIndows 8.1, which is due to launch later

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