What are Bing ads Used For

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Bing ads refers to a search engine by the same name. While it is not as popular as its competition, Google, bing ads can still bring in a substantial amount of traffic. Whereas Google’s search results are based on what people have searched before but Bing ads do things differently.

 

What are Bing Ads used for?

 

Bing Ads is an online advertising service. It is Microsoft’s version of Google Adsense (the most popular advertisement company, which offers advertisers the ability to place ads on their site). This article will explain how it goes about doing this, and what you need to do in order to set up your own ad campaign and start earning some passive income.

The most important thing to know about Bing is that the search engine’s ads are not as good as Google AdWords.

 

This has been demonstrated so often, and so thoroughly documented elsewhere , that it is not worth rehearsing at length here. This article will focus on how you can still make money using Bing Ads, even though they are not as good as Google AdWords.

Bing Ads in Australia are very cheap, and you get what you pay for – never use campaign budgets of more than $2/day with Bing Ads or your money will be wasted. That is because there is no search network. If you want to advertise on the search network only (and not display), then you can spend a lot more with Google AdWords.

 

Most Bing Ads traffic is from all-around crappy searches, so the users are not serious about buying anything – low demographic quality. If you have a product or service that appeals to high demographics, then Bing Ads might help you find the right people for it. But no low-quality product or service will find the right audience on Bing Ads.

 

If you have a new, unproven business and aren’t sure which ad networks to go with, then give it a try with Bing Ads. It’s cheap and easy to get started and if your ads just stand out from the crowd of crappy clicks that you’re getting, then it might be worth your time to try out some more advanced things.

 

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