We would love to see a shared library which can be used cross-accounts (similar to Google). At the moment this is only available by account.. which is a very slow process. Especially when you have multiple accounts across multiple markets. Please make my dreams come true.65 votes
Ability to share audiences across accounts is in development and should be available before the end the year.
Campaign Experiments was introduced in AdWords last year and is incredibly valuable. It allows several forms of split testing traffic, but most importantly, you can bid two different amounts on a keyword and see if statistically significant differences emerge. I believe there is potential for bidding differently in the two platforms, but without experiments, it is difficult to test and so I generally just run experiments in AdWords and apply changes everywhere. The ability to test in AdCenter would be very valuable.58 votes
We’ve begun looking into providing experiments and split-testing in Bing Ads. Stay tuned for more updates in the coming months.
Similar audience just like Google AdWords14 votes
We have started working on providing this functionality. This should be in beta before the end of the year.
BingAds should implement a feature similar to Google adwords that notifies you to any negative Keyword conflicts that arise immediately after adding the keywords that have the issues. These notifications are found on the home tab or within the notification area.9 votes
We will have this recommendation along with notification available in Microsoft Advertising Web UI in this Autumn.
When there's a negative keyword conflict, it would save a lot of time to include an automatic "remove negative keyword" button on the window that pops up to show you what the conflicting kw is and at what level. It's time consuming and somewhat aggravating to have to manually hunt down all the the negatives you want to remove. I work with very long lists of negatives and would love a way to make this process easier/quicker.6 votes
We will have negative keyword conflict recommendation in Microsoft Advertising Web UI in this Autumn.
Currently when you select "edit" at the keyword level to increase bids, it only gives the option to increase to "Top of Page" or "First Page", but it gives estimates in the grid for best position, mainline and first page. It would be great to have all three options available. It also doesn't distinguish if "Top of Page" is "mainline" or "best position" so t the terminology is different and confusing for customers.6 votes
Started working on providing all suggested bid options when editing keyword bid in Web UI.
It would be great if the "List of campaigns" to the left in the account could be sorted via folders. Or atleast if for example paused campaigns would have a grey-tone (be faded out) if they were paused!6 votes
We are looking to see how we change the color of paused campaigns so that they are faded in our campaign list.
Would love to hear more about your ideas for how we can sort campaigns by folders and how we can help you organize your campaigns to make you more efficient. firstname.lastname@example.org
I would like to target people base from language but still located in US is this possible?5 votes
Adding support for more languages per country is in the works. Stay tuned.
Same as enhanced CPC with text ads, increasing bids by 30%, resulting in higher conversions, lower CPA and improving ROI on Bing5 votes
Enhanced CPC support is currently rolling out to advertisers using Shopping Campaigns. Please contact your account manager to get your account enabled if it hasn’t been.
On the UI, there is no way we can filter the keywords by the Destination URL. It is causing us lots of issues because we need to filter by the tracking code that can be found only on the Dest. URL.4 votes
Thanks for providing this suggestion. We are working on addressing this request by early next year.
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It should not float but stay on the bottom of the page where people can scroll to it if need be. It takes up content space, and it also hides items on the account drop-down list when you have enough items to go down that far.3 votes
We’re always tweaking our designs to improve the overall user experience of Bing Ads. This is one of the items on our bucket list. We totally agree that the extra few pixels make a difference when you are browsing through your campaign data.
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