Microsoft adCenter

Formerly called Microsoft adCenter, Microsoft and Yahoo struck a deal to become the second largest PPC network. Now it is simply Bing Ads and this PPC network differentiates itself from Google AdWords as the default search engine for Windows Phones, Microsoft Surface tablets and Xbox One.

The Results of the Microsoft and Yahoo Partnership Agreement Are In!

By , Production Specialist

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If you were anxiously awaiting the results of the Microsoft and Yahoo partnership agreement that was previously extended an extra 30 days to potentially review and revamp…   The results are in!   Last week Microsoft and Yahoo announced that they have revised their search partnership to improve the search experience, add value for advertisers and establish ongoing consistency for…

Bing/Yahoo Agreement Extended For Additional 30 Days

By , Production Specialist

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If you were eager to find out the results of the Bing/Yahoo Search partnership, unfortunately, you will need to wait another month as both parties extended the original 30 day deadline to review and possibly revamp the 2009 agreement by an additional 30 days.   From the WSJ:   “Under a broad 10-year deal struck in 2009, Microsoft controls the…

The People vs. Bing Broad Match

By , Account Manager at Bing Ads

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The fundamental principle behind PPC is the keyword match type. It’s literally how we determine when we show our ads on the search engine results page, so understanding this concept is an important step in comprehending PPC as a whole. When I first learned PPC, it was explained to me like so:   Exact match must contain the search query…

How to Pitch Bing Like a Champion

By , Account Manager at Bing Ads

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PPC Hero’s February series will be focused on arming you, the PPC account manager, with all the necessary ammunition to make a strong argument for adding new focus areas in your paid search campaigns to your client. That client can be your direct supervisor or executives if you’re managing in-house, or a client in the traditional sense if you’re working…

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