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Bing Ads July Recap: Launches, Updates and Reminders

In case you missed it, here is a summary of products, features and notifications to be aware of as we head toward the Fall lineup. Beta launch: Bing Native Ads (US Only) Bing Native Ads beta has launched in the US on MSN, offering advertisers the abi...

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One Display URL Domain per Ad Group

Display URL plays a vital role in ad copy, as it signals users on where they’ll get redirected to after clicking. An example of a display URL is “www.Microsoft.com/DynamicsCRM,” marked in green in the below ad copy: Typically, the purpose of an ad gr...

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Bing Ads Spring Releases: Speed, Simplicity and Efficiency

This summer’s release pipeline is heating up with a steady stream of updates right around the corner. In case you missed it, here is a look back at Bing Ads’ spring releases, all of which have been designed for speed, simplicity, and campaign manager...

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Demystifying display, destination and landing page URLs

Before jumping right in to explain how the different URLs used in Bing Ads campaigns are reviewed for Bing Ads editorial policy compliance, let's take a minute to define each to ensure we're all on the same page: The display URL is the webpage addres...

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Changes to Approved Limited messaging in Bing Ads

In the past, Approved Limited error messaging has been a source of confusion for some advertisers; what does it really mean to say that a given ad's or keyword's delivery status is "Approved Limited"? Approved Limited may actually be good news. It me...

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