Use Bing Ads to connect with millions of potential customers searching for your business
Reach people in the Bing Network everywhere or focus on cities, counties and areas with a certain distance from your business.
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 about Bing Ads searchers in the U.S. by exploring below.1
unique searchers on Bing Ads
searchers not reached on Google
monthly searches on Bing Ads
share of the U.S. search market
Bing powers nearly one in three U.S. searches, plus connects you with 58 million searchers that Google can't reach.1
Work faster, improve performance and manage your campaigns more efficiently with these helpful tools.
A Mustang parts retailer converts car enthusiasts into customers and races ahead of the competition.
The Myrtle Beach Area Convention and Visitors Bureau drives site traffic and tourism at lower cost.
Floral retailer uses Bing Shopping Campaigns and Sitelink Extensions to grow orders 603 percent.
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The advantage we gain in cost per click gives us a great return on investment — more than 35 percent better than Google AdWords.
— Scott Redgate, Search Engine Marketing Manager, CJ Pony Parts