|Bing is now powering AOL search traffic
On January 1, 2016, Bing became AOL’s Internet search provider, providing ads and algorithmic search results to AOL’s properties worldwide that have the capability of web search, and exclusively in the US, UK, Canada, and Australia.
Bing will power web search traffic across all devices for AOL – PC, tablet, and mobile – and on properties such as AOL.com, AOL Mail, AOL Desktop, Autoblog, MapQuest, and more.
In general, you can anticipate an increase in click volume of 5 to 8 percent with additional AOL search traffic available through Bing Ads. Make sure your budget allows you to take advantage of growing volume availability.
|Keyword Planner V2 is here!
We launched Keyword Planner last September, providing you with a tool to help identify the most effective keywords and ad groups to boost your campaign performance. We’ve made enhancements to the tool, and you can now:
|Take a Guided Tour of Bing Ads
Want someone to walk you step-by-step through key Bing Ads tasks? Take a look at our first new Guided Tours:
Look for a Get help on this page or Guided Tour link on the right-hand side of the Keywords,Audiences, and Campaign settings tabs to access these tours. And watch for us to add more!
Bing Ads Opportunities are now even easier to find and act on. Click on the lightbulb icon in the Deliverycolumn of an Eligible campaign to see some ideas for improving the campiagn’s performance — without leaving the Campaigns tab!
|Updates to Bing Ads for iOS and Android 2.0 are here!
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