Every aspect of establishing, developing, managing and promoting a business requires time. Much time which many of us don’t have. Everything from business meetings and strategic planning to set marketing goals and execution. Fortunately, there are automation tools to the rescue which help in reducing time spent in repetitive tasks and scheduling. Today, we’ll be talking about Google Ads and Bing Ads automated rules.
We have already talked about utilizing Bing Ads along with your Google AdWords campaigns. Today, we’ll be looking deeper into Bing’s Native Advertising or so called Intent Ads.
When it comes to marketing campaigns measuring results is crucial. As we know, the purpose of those campaigns is to increase business profits by investing in different techniques to reach more potential customers and eventually turn them into clients.
In a digital world search engine marketing takes an important place in every online marketing plan. Taking advantage of the power of search engines and utilizing what they have to offer sometimes might be crucial for businesses to survive and thrive.
Google has taken over the search market and that is undeniably true. But today we’ll be shifting our attention to Bing. This isn’t just another Bing Ads vs Google Adwords post and we won’t be talking about the advantages of one over another. It’s about using both search networks together to reach out more potential customers, increase brand awareness and conversions.