Bing Ads today also control Yahoo Ads. According to comScore as of December 2013, Bing and Yahoo together process for 29% of all searches on the Internet from US locations. In numbers this represents roughly 5 billion searches per month.
Bing will impose much less restrictions on the landing pages linked to your ad than Google as far as it’s not promoting something illegal.
If you know what you are doing, search engines is where you can get the most targeted traffic and the higher rate of conversion to sales. The problem is the only way you will know for sure of what works is by doing tests yourself and that can get very costly. That is why you should start by learning from the best professional possible.
You can learn all the strategic details about Bing Ads, including inside tricks and expert advice with the “look over my shoulder while I explain what I do” training by Armand Morin. He dedicates a whole 90 minute session exclusively to Bing Ads placing. This session is only one of the 12 sessions totaling 18 hours of top gun training about Paid advertising traffic called Traffic WebCamp. Forget about SEO and free advertising because it is time consuming and mostly a waste of time. Believe me you want to pay good money to a reliable source and get more sales. It doesn’t have to be a fortune but as a rule of thumb, paying $1 for a $5, $10 or $20 sales increase is good. Right?
Armand also covers 4 different ways to advertise profitably on Facebook, YouTube video traffic, Article marketing, Pay Per View (PPV), Retargeting, and even Mobile marketing. You are not convinced Armand delivers the best practical and fun to watch training? Well you can watch the complete next training webcamp for free if you register and watch it live on WebCamp website
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