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Microsoft Ads Training Kit PLR Ebook With Audio & Video

Microsoft Ads Training Kit PLR Ebook With Audio & Video
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The Microsoft Advertising platform powers sponsored listings, or “ads,” for search engine results across the Microsoft Search Network. Small businesses bid for ad placement in the results that appear when users search on the Microsoft Search Network. Ads appear next to non-paid results when people search for a topic related to your business and direct them to your website, phone line, or physical location.

There are no setup or maintenance fees to use the Microsoft Advertising platform. You pay only when someone clicks your ad. To help save you money, show your ad to only the people that matter to your business with Microsoft Advertising's rich audience targeting capabilities.

The Microsoft Search Network connects you with customers in your service area while they search online for topics related to your business on Microsoft Bing, Windows 10, Cortana, and Office using any device.

If you’re looking to kick-start your PPC campaign to increase traffic to your site, Microsoft Ads is a great place to start. This guide will help you launch your campaign on the site.

Let’s get started…

Microsoft Ads — formerly Bing Ads — offers pay-per-click (PPC) campaigns that allow businesses to pay only for website traffic that is interested in the products they sell. By utilizing PPC ads via Bing, a business only shows its ads to people searching for keywords relevant to their target market.

For example, a company that specializes in flannel shirts would bid for keywords like “flannel shirts” or “flannel clothing,” and Bing would only show their ad to customers who searched for these or closely related keywords. The business pays for each “click” they get from these ads — the higher the competition for the keyword, the more the click costs.

Microsoft Ads vs. Google Ads: What's the difference?

Both Microsoft Ads and Google Ads (formerly Google AdWords) use the PPC model for digital advertising, so they function in pretty much the same way. The main difference is that Google has higher overall traffic to offer; however, Bing Ads usually offers more than enough traffic for most small businesses. Due to lower competition for keywords, you might get a lower price through Bing.

How to set up and use Microsoft Ads for your business

If you’re looking to start targeting your customers better and feel that Bing is the best place to do that, here’s how to set up an account for your business and get started placing ads.

1. Create a Microsoft Ads account

Visit ads.microsoft.com and click on the “Sign Up Now” button to get started. Follow the prompts and provide the required information, such as phone number, email address, and other contact details.

2. Create your ad campaign

Once you’re in the main dashboard, click on the “Campaigns” tab. This will show you what campaigns you’ve created, both currently running and inactive. Click on the green “Create Campaign” to create your campaign.

3. Choose your campaign goal and type

Select the goal of your campaign, such as "Visits to my website" or "App installs." Then, choose whether you want "Search" ads or "Audience" ads. Search ads appear in search engine results, while audience ads are shown next to content based on what the audience in question is interested in.

4. Select campaign settings

Now, you'll choose specifics for your campaign, such as title, daily budget, where you want ads to appear, and other nuances.

5. List keywords to target

The next step is to choose which keywords to target. Provide a list of keywords you wish to target in the box provided. You can enter your website URL in the box to the right to get some recommendations.

6. Write the ad

Fill out the ad copy text and preview how it will look in the search results.

7. Choose your bid strategy

Choose how much you want to bid for the ads and determine your bid strategy. For example, you can adjust the bid to increase conversions or focus on keeping your cost per click as low as possible.

8. Save and activate your campaign

Once you save, your campaign is now ready to run. You may need to add funds to the account before it starts running. You can view the campaign on your main dashboard and monitor its performance as it runs.

4 tips for using Microsoft Ads to advertise your business

OK, so you’ve started your campaign. How can you ensure you get the best results? These four tips will help you get there.

Start wide then narrow focus

Initially, you should cast a wide net with many potentially relevant keywords and see which ones seem to generate the best results. Once you’ve identified the highest-performing keywords, you can narrow your focus and further lower your cost per conversion.

Do your homework with keywords

If you aren’t targeting the right keywords, your campaign will fail. Before you launch the campaign, research which keywords are relevant to your business and see which ones might be most cost-effective to pursue based on the competition for those keywords. Use Microsoft Ads’ keyword planner tool to do your keyword research.

Use retargeting ads

Microsoft Ads offers additional tools to businesses, such as remarketing or retargeting ads. This gives you a second chance to land a visitor after they leave the website or abandon a shopping cart. Essentially, it shows an ad for your business in front of those same customers on a different webpage in an attempt to coax them back to your site.

Play with location targeting

One sneaky and simple way to increase conversions while driving down costs is to target specific geographic locations. Microsoft Ads allows you to focus on certain counties, ZIP codes, or even a specific mileage radius. This ensures you're not attracting a lot of traffic from areas where you are not likely to get customers.
While this may seem like it's only useful for brick-and-mortar businesses, you might also find that targeting specific cities or neighborhoods where you know interest in your product is higher can work to your advantage.