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Bing elects ‘no’ on political prospect as well as tally action a.

Bing announced on Friday it is disallowing U.S. political candidate and ballot measure ads. Why search marketers should care Bing’s decision to block U.S. political candidate and ballot measure ads impacts any U.S. candidate or political organization as they will not be able to run advertising campaigns on the country’s second most popular search engine. “The regulatory environment for political candidate and ballot measure advertising is likely to continue to evolve rapidly in the coming months, making it complex to adhere with precision,” wrote Microsoft’s VP of […]

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Look Information Reveals Political Prejudice On Google, Bing, Yahoo 10/ …

Search bias continues to rack up share of mind for marketers. A new Searchmetrics study suggests Google tends to give greater visibility to a higher proportion of search results critical of President Donald Trump, while Bing and Yahoo tend to be more pro-Trump. The data also shows Google serves us more results from liberal news media than from news sites that are more conservative. The findings show approximately 60% of the top ten results for Trump-related searches on Google.com are critical of U.S. President Trump, while approximately 40% are neutral […]

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I Dumped Google For Bing. Right here’s What I Discover– And Also What I D.

What finally broke me was the recipes. On July 1, I abandoned Google search and committed myself instead to Bing. I downloaded the Bing app on my phone. I made it the default search mode in Chrome. (I didn’t switch to Edge, Microsoft’s browser, because I decided to limit this experiment strictly to search.) Since then, for the most part, any time I’ve asked the internet a question, Bing has answered. A stunt? Sure, a little. But also an earnest attempt to figure out how the other […]

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Bing as well as Yahoo are recommending offending searches

Content warning: the following story contains sensitive material regarding racism, anti-Semitism, and the sexualization of minors. Bing and Yahoo, which is powered by Bing, are both suggesting offensive content within their search features. How-To Geek spotted that Bing’s image search is serving up suggestions for related topics that contain racist terms, the sexualization of minors, and otherwise offensive content. The Verge then found that this problem extends to Yahoo: its homepage search box includes an autocomplete feature that populates racist phrases, and the results often prioritize the […]

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Bing Advertisements Editor currently sustains in-market target markets

Bing Ads advertisers can now manage in-market audiences in Bing Ads Editor. In-market audiences, currently available only in the US, are comprised of people deemed to be in the process of making a purchase in a particular product or service category. Bing Ads’ algorithms take into account numerous purchase intent signals from Bing, MSN and other Microsoft properties. Positive and negative associations in bulk. In Bing Ads Editor, you can create, change and delete in-market audience associates and negative associations across multiple ad groups. In the screenshot […]

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23 Advanced Bing Look Advice You Need To Know

Even though Google dominates the search engine market worldwide, Bing has created a niche for itself where millions of users prefer it over Google. While there are many Google search tricks, Bing also has search engine shortcuts and several advanced features that can be used to get better and accurate search results. These Bing search tips and tricks will help you narrow down search results to find exactly what you are looking for. Before diving in, do take a look at our other tips and tricks articles to get the best out of the apps and […]

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Bing Shuttering Anonymous LINK Entry Device 09/19/2018

Bing announced Tuesday it will retire its tool that allows anyone to submit a URL on the web anonymously and have it index to serve up in the search engine. Eliminating the ability to submit URLs anonymously when a user is not signed in should help Microsoft reduce low-quality and untrustworthy URLs. The company said it’s been a challenge in the past. It also should help Bing reduce the amount of spam that serves up in search results. Webmasters also prefer having greater ownership of the URLs for their site. […]

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