Don't Mix "Words" with Goofffyy Icons in a MENU LIST - JUST USE WORDS!!!1 vote
It would be very useful to link specific conversions with sales in our backend, which could be done if there was a simple report that outputs the time of each conversion.1 vote
We only show up to hour granularity for time of conversion. No plans to show exact time
Improve your documentation. It is not clear where to get my developer token, and this wastes my time..
Give instructions for how to get developer token.
links to https://developers.bingads.microsoft.com/Account
Developer token is not here.1 vote
The developer token is available from that page if you are signed in with a Bing Ads account. If you aren’t signed in when you visit the page, it asks you to sign in. If you do not have a Bing Ads account, you have to create one before you can get a developer token.
Please let us know if the above steps do not address your issues. Thanks.
I tried to activate a new account for a couple of hours. Still don't know if I have an active account. Not user Friendly and I still need
Help me1 vote
Please contact the Bing Ads Support team so they can help you right away!
Change the login page back so that other browsers like Chrome and Opera can click "Continue Anyway" and still log in to their accounts!
Just last month we could click "Continue" and use the site to manage our words. My computer only has Opera on it and this has effectively KILLED my access to Bing's ad system. If this was 1990 I could understand, but it's 2012! Come on already!1 vote
Hi Gary, you should be able to access BingAds using Chrome, Safari and Internet Explorer browsers. If you’d like, you can access links to download current versions of these browsers here: http://aka.ms/gimylx
Update: Thank you for getting back to me so quickly! We removed the “continue anyway” function in February 2012 to ensure our customers have the best possible user experience with Bing Ads.
Please visit http://aka.ms/gimylx to view the system requirements for Bing Ads and download a supported browser so you can get back up and running on the Yahoo! Bing Network right away.
After years of struggling with adCenter I think I finally have the answer.
Pay Google a 50% cut of ad spend to let your customers use AdWords to manage Bing / Yahoo campaigns.
Just by making advertisers' lives easier, revenue will shoot up by more than enough to cover the outlay.
100% of your problems - solved.1 vote
Hi Bonzo, thank you for your active participation in the feature suggestion forum.
Which adCenter experiences would you like to see more closely resemble AdWords? If they aren’t already listed in the forum for you to vote and comment on, could you please add them as individual feature suggestions that can be voted and commented on for consideration?
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