AdWords has rolled out for the USA a demographic geo-targeting based on Average Household Income which has proved very for specific products as it allows to target specific areas inside the USA which have a certain average income. This setting is very valuable and it allows to apply bid modifiers to the brackets of the population with the highest CR and the best ROI, as well as excluding the worst performing brackets.
It would be fantastic if Bing introduces this particular setting34 votes
We’ve started investigating this feature. In Adwords this feature seems to be geographical location based (e.g. assume everyone in Beverly Hills, CA 90210 is rich). Does this assumption work for your needs?
It would be extremely helpful if there was a way (since viewing Share of Voice at the campaign level is no longer an option) to create a report that provides aggregated share of voice data. As of now, a report can be created that will show share of voice for each campaign for whatever time frame is selected, and thats great. However, a more efficient use of time would be to provide aggregate data within the report.5 votes
Thanks a lot for providing your feedback.
For the aggregated data for Share of Voice, do you mean at account level? If so, in the Reports tab, select “Account” under the “Performance” category, and in “Choose your columns” section, select the Share of Voice metrics like “Impression Share” and corresponding lost due to reasons from “Performance statistics”, you will then get the account level Share of Voice by running the report.
Hope the above helps. Pls feel free to let us know any questions if you have. Thanks.
Microsoft Advertising Intelligence cannot operate in our country of Vietnam. I would like to ask for comments to bring Microsoft Advertising Intelligence to the country, to fellow Vietnamese who use Microsoft Advertising Intelligence.2 votes
Thanks for your feedback. Could you pls contact the ad support to provide more detailed information?
Dear Sirs, Last month we got a lot off trash traffic from outlook.live.com on all our accounts.
And We can't exclude this website because your system shows error message "You can’t add Yahoo! or Microsoft sites (such as www.msn.com) to your excluded websites list."
What should we do to stop clicks from outlook.live.com?1 vote
We will need more information about your account to understand the problem here. Can you contact Bing Ads support and reference this request as part of your escalation?
Currently, when new keywords plus bid modifiers are added it causes the account to go into a hold while it gets verified. The problem here is that this is also happening when customers decides to apply some of the opportunities being offered inside of the bing ads UI tabs labeled “opportunities”. It makes zero sense why we would be provided a suggestion from directly inside of bing ads only to be put on hold for an editorial review. If you guys aren’t already clear on whether or not you will allow a certain keywords or anything else being offered inside of the opportunities tab then why would you offer it to us as an opportunity? The way it’s setup now no opportunities are worth having your campaign go down all day or longer if you don’t take the time to contact support just to add some keywords or multipliers. It’s logical that if Bing ads internally and directly tells customers that they should consider adding something to their campaign that you guys should have already agreed and decided that those changes or additions are already approved. Otherwise what’s the alternative outcome, you make an opportunity suggestion only to tell me days later that it’s actually disapproved? If that was the case than that would mean your making suggestions that aren’t even usable to your clients so obviously this makes no sense at all, and your creating more work for your review department. Please fix this because this was not very well thought at all and it has caused me to loose valuable days many times over in the last 6-8 weeks. Thanks
Currently, when new keywords plus bid modifiers are added it causes the account to go into a hold while it gets verified. The problem here is that this is also happening when customers decides to apply some of the opportunities being offered inside of the bing ads UI tabs labeled “opportunities”. It makes zero sense why we would be provided a suggestion from directly inside of bing ads only to be put on hold for an editorial review. If you guys aren’t already clear on whether or not you will allow a certain keywords or anything else being offered inside…1 vote
Thanks for the feedback and sorry for the inconvenience caused. We take this comment seriously as system by design should not suggest editorial non-compliant keywords to users. To help us further investigate the issue, could you pls help provide your account XID, along with the keyword suggestions getting rejected? We will get back to you soon once we have an investigation result and solution
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