Announcing the Art and Science of Automated Extensions webcast
August 22, 2018
Are you interested in looking for ways to save time and eliminate ad testing guesswork? Would you like to learn how to improve your ad’s visibility and performance?
Then you should join us on August 29th at 8 a.m. (PDT) for The Art and Science of Bing Ads Automated Extensions
webcast where we’ll explore how Bing is using artificial intelligence (AI) to build systems that can perceive, learn, find patterns and help make predictions that improve ad performance. We’re thrilled to add another AI-powered solution to the Bing Ads platform. Formerly known as annotations, Automated Extensions will save you time by reducing operational tasks as well as help alleviate ad testing guesswork. As an intelligent ad solution, AI helps Automated Extensions analyze huge amounts of data and find more effective ways to supplement your text ads with extensions for improved visibility and increased performance, with no action required from you.
You’ll also have the opportunity to ask questions during the live Q&A at the end of the live presentation. So, bring your questions and take advantage of engaging directly with Bing experts.
Please note, if this time is not convenient for you, just register anyway and the same live viewing link converts within 24 hours of the live event date, to the on-demand viewing version.
Learn the Art of Advertiser Science
The Art of Advertiser Science is a monthly webcast series where we discuss the art and science behind running top digital marketing campaigns. You will get the latest Bing Ads research and expert insights as well as hear compelling customer stories. Together we will tackle complex concepts, tough questions and new discoveries that will hopefully inspire and empower you and your business to grow.
now and you can join us for the live webcast on August 29th at 8 a.m. (PDT) or view it on-demand when it is most convenient for you. Either way, you won’t want to miss this in-depth overview of this exciting new AI-powered feature.