So this is a long list, while you have Special Database undoubtedly split your campaigns into search network, shopping, display, and so on. So you don't always want to see all the options. Wouldn't it be nice to see only what matters? Then select "hide blank types" under the filter and you have a list with only what is important within the Special Database selected campaign! Microsoft Shopping (also known as Bing Shopping in the past) is available in the Netherlands. This makes it possible to use shopping ads in addition to text ads. an opportunity to get more traffic and revenue through Bing. Microsoft Shopping was previously available in several Special Database countries, such as Germany, France, the United Kingdom, and America. Now the Netherlands follows.
Little is known about the new Special Database shopping in Bing, but it has a prominent place in search results. just like with Google. When Google Shopping was introduced, we saw that some of the search traffic shifted Special Database from text ads to shopping ads. But also that through shopping, even more traffic came through advertisements and less through organic results. Shopping results have a high (err) attention value due to their location and images. I also expect this effect in Bing. It's important to take the spots in Microsoft Shopping as soon as possible, before competitors do. Similar to Google, Bing's shopping results redirect visitors to Special Database advertisers' product pages.
Shopping is shown on purchase-oriented Special Database searches and visitors land on product pages. As a result, the conversion rates of shopping campaigns are often higher than those of search campaigns. Shopping results are fed by Special Database advertisers' product feeds, which contain all the required product information, such as product title, product description, product image, price, and landing page. While Microsoft Shopping is similar to Google Shopping, there are also differences. In Google Shopping, it's possible to compare providers Special Database and prices in a separate tab. Microsoft Shopping does not have this feature.