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The Bing Network audience

The Bing Network is a part of your customers' life, powering the devices, apps and sites they use every day and meeting them in the moments that matter most. Find out more below about how Bing Network audiences in Australia and beyond are searching from their desktop computers.

Upcoming changes to the Bing weapon policy

  04 June 2018

Beginning July 1, 2018, Bing will no longer allow ads for recreational guns such as bb guns, paintball guns, or air rifles. Also, we will no longer allow ads for accessories or devices that can be attached to weapons, used to create ammunition, or aid in the reloading process.  

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Take a crash course in AI for marketing

  30 May 2018

How much do you know about using Artificial Intelligence (AI) software to improve your marketing? Knowledge is power, and Bing Ads wants to help you capture a larger audience and market your business or services successfully. Take a look at the three resources below: Together they can help you understand and use marketing AI to reach more customers and build stronger relationships.

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Bing announces Partner of the Year Award winners

  21 May 2018

On May 2, at Seattle’s Fremont Studios, Bing celebrated our partners with the 2018 Global Bing Partner Awards. We recognized our regional winners and announced the most anticipated awards of the year, our Region and Global Partners of the Year. The Global Bing Partner Opening Ceremony and Awards event kicked off the Global Bing Partner Summit, held on the Redmond campus on May 3, 2018.

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We’ve had a great experience with campaigns that we’ve run on Bing Ads. Recently our campaigns saw a 6.3% conversion rate on Bing Ads, outperforming Google AdWords.

— Alexandra Comnenos, Marketing Coordinator, Seattle Chocolate