Our 5 Favorite New adCenter UI Features & How To Use Them
November 28, 2011
On November 9th, Dave wrote a blog post about Microsoft’s new adCenter User Interface. To get more in depth with just what we love about it, Kayla decided to show you. In this video blog, she goes over the five things we love the most and shows you on her screen how to access and utilize them. If you have been putting off expanding your PPC accounts into MSN because of how user unfriendly it is or just haven’t fully utilized the new features–check this out!
Remember to check out our other video blogs, too for more helpful tutorials and PPC related fun!
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