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Receive remarkable traffic using Bing ads.

Receive remarkable traffic using Bing ads.

Receive remarkable traffic using Bing ads.

In an overly saturated arena like Google, discovering a new brand through PPC ads is like finding a needle in a haystack. Bing is the answer for businesses struggling to receive traffic and ad clicks – or simply wanting more of it!

Don’t waste time and resources on ineffective advertising strategies – trust our team to get those precious clicks rolling in. First Page will work with you to target the precise audience that is likely to be interested in your products or services.

Once we know who the Bing ad is targeting, our content specialists will add their magic touch to make your ad simply irresistible. From eye-catching visuals to punchy ad copy, we’ve got the ammunition to make your Bing ad one to remember.

And before you know it, your ideal customers will be clicking on your ads in their sleep!

Say goodbye to low website traffic and hello to success with our Bing ad expertise.

Our targeted Bing Ads can give you record profits.

Our targeted Bing Ads can give you record profits.

Our targeted Bing Ads can give you record profits.

Did you know that over 70% of Bing users are 35 or older AND wealthier than the average Google user? This means that your most profitable audience to date could be Bing users.

Utilizing Bing ads gives you access to a whole new market – a group of users who are likely to spend more of their money on online shopping and services.

Our marketing agency will ensure that your ad campaigns appeal to the age and interests of your target audience, compelling them to take the plunge and buy your products.

Smart businesses know that focusing on a less competitive platform like Bing will help you make the most out of your investment. Considering Bing ads have a lower cost-per-click than Google, you can get more sales for less!

And Bing’s market share keeps getting bigger by the year – giving you ample opportunity to grow your customer base and profits.

Over the years, First Page has given our clients over $2 billion in sales – so what are you waiting for? Contact us today to use Bing ads to their full potential.

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It’s 2022! This means it’s time to expand from what you know and explore the wonders of Bing ads!

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And once you wrap your head around it, you’ll realize that the process isn’t too different to other paid advertising platforms. So, no experience with PPC ads is wasted. You can apply what you know about Google ads and tweak them for your Bing campaign for optimal results.

After having your first FREE consultation with First Page, we will take your unique business objectives on board to craft a custom advertising strategy for your needs.

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An Overview of Bing Ads

Bing Ads, also known as Bing advertising, is a form of pay-per-click (PPC) advertising with the Microsoft search network.

Like with Google ads, advertisers only pay when someone clicks on their ad.

Bing Ads appear on the Bing search results page, and can also be found on Microsoft search network sites like MSN and

Essentially, Bing Ads function in a similar way to Google AdWords and are another option for businesses looking to boost their visibility in search results. So if you’re looking to branch out beyond Google AdWords, Bing Ads might be worth considering as part of your overall PPC advertising strategy.

It may not have the market share of Google, but don’t count Bing out just yet – Microsoft advertising is still a valuable player in the search engine marketing game.

Google is by far the largest search engine which means that Microsoft Ads are often the more cost-effective option. Since Bing is a much less popular search platform than Google, it means that securing advertising space is a lot less competitive – which can save you a lot of money.

By placing targeted ads on Bing’s search engine results page, you’ll have access to all Bing users, meaning more potential customers for your business. And compared to Google AdWords, Bing Ads have a comparatively high click-through rate, meaning your ads will be more effective and generate a higher number of leads.

But Bing Ads isn’t just limited to Bing’s search engine – its partner sites include Yahoo and other search engines to extend the reach of your Bing ads campaign even further. And for a bonus, Bing Ads can help optimize your landing page for better conversion rates.

When it comes to search marketing, Google Ads is probably the first platform that comes to mind. But if you want to succeed, don’t sleep on Microsoft Ads! Read on to find out how Bing ads compare…

A Google ads campaign may have more reach, but that doesn’t always work in your favor. While both Google and Microsoft Bing ads offer pay-per-click campaigns, Google ads are generally more complex and require a higher budget to make a real impact.

On the other hand, Bing Ads tend to offer lower costs and increased targeting options for advertisers. While Google Ads target users when they make a Google search, it’s important to note that the Bing platform powers Yahoo searches, giving advertisers access to an additional demographic of users.

And remember that for Bing ads, you would need a Microsoft Advertising account, whereas, with Google Ads, you need a Google Adwords account.

Before you begin your Microsoft advertising journey, you need to establish the objectives of your Bing ads campaign. Is it more traffic? Conversions? Or simply brand awareness?

The second step is to pick the target audience for your Microsoft ads. Keep in mind that Bing users are often older than Google’s, and have a higher income – meaning more money to spend on your brand!

Once you have your foundation sorted, it’s time to set up a Bing ads account and become familiar with the Bing Ads Editor. This tool is where you’ll manage your campaigns, ad groups, and keywords.

Next, you need to conduct thorough keyword research to guide your ad text and determine which target keywords will attract your target audience and attract traffic to your website.

Once you finally release your ad to the public, don’t forget to monitor your campaign performance to see if your Microsoft advertising strategy is working or not.

Are you a business with an ever-evolving range of products? Or are you attempting search advertising for the first time and afraid you won’t keep up? You should give dynamic ads a go.

Unlike traditional search ads, these ads automatically match specific products on your website with related search queries. Dynamic ads are much more targeted and will ensure that you are showing ads to users that had a genuine interest in a particular product or service you offer.

Since dynamic ads are automatic, it will save business owners and marketers a considerable amount of time as they no longer need to manage keyword lists, bidding strategies or create new ad titles for different products.

With dynamic ads, you can always be ready for the unexpected as they will instantly change according to new search queries. – so you can ensure your ads never go stale.

The price of running a Bing PPC campaign will depend on your ad budget, campaign duration, and objectives. You also need to understand that each marketing company will have their own set prices, whether they charge per hour, per task or per month.

Remember that a Bing campaign will probably be part of a wider social media campaign, so it’s worth hiring a full-service marketing agency like First Page that can handle all your marketing and ensure everything stays consistent.

Just fill in our easy contact form for a FREE consultation and we will be on our way to achieving greatness! The team at First Page always ensures we have all the information we need to create a successful PPC strategy.

And if we haven’t convinced you already, we won’t even charge you a penny unless you see results.