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Have you found an occurrence of a low quality ad on Bing? Let us know!

Illustration showing where search ads appear: at the top of a search engine results page in the right-hand column.

A low quality ad is one where the ad contains one or more of the following attributes:

  • Malvertising: Describes advertising practices that have malicious intent to cause harm or defraud a user.
  • Disallowed content: Refers to issues with landing page content/products/services that are not allowed in ads.
  • Relevancy concerns: Poor relevancy can occur when an advertisers associates a keyword to a landing page or ad copy where no logical association exists (for example, a query for "Facebook" yields ad copy and a landing page for golf supplies).

Fill out the form below to submit an ad quality escalation.

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Ad attributes or issues

Please check the relevance, content or malvertising issues that are relevant to the ad(s) being escalated:

Disallowed content


Relevance




Page or site quality



Personally identifiable information (PII)

Malicious:


Landing page navigation:




Sensitive content
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