With In-market Audiences, you can find curated lists of users that have been found to be in-market for a certain purchase category. Bing Ads has created these lists for you and are available directly in the user interface — no need to build or import your own lists. When these In-market Audience lists are associated to ad groups, you can target and modify bids for these audiences, similar to Remarketing in Paid Search lists.
Target people ready to buy.
Easily grow your audience with high-quality searchers, ready to buy. In-market Audiences can also be used in combination with other audience targeting solutions like Remarketing in Paid Search and Custom Audiences.
In-market Audiences helps you focus on the bottom of the buying funnel. These curated lists of people have been identified as “in-market,” or ready to make a purchase in a particular category.
Searchers in In-market Audience lists are more likely to convert which can help drive greater click-through rates and conversion ratios. In fact, ads shown to In-market Audiences saw up to a 28% greater click-through rate and 48% greater conversion rate than the same ads without In-market Audiences.* In-market Audiences can also be used with other audience targeting solutions like Remarketing in Paid Search and Custom Audiences.
In-market Audiences can be quickly set up in five minutes or less, and don’t require you to tag your website. Bing Ads has created the audience lists — no need for you to create a list. From within the Audience tab in Bing Ads online, just pick the In-market Audience that represents your business — such as “clothing” or “motor vehicles” — and associate it to any combination of ad groups.
To find out which in-market audience categories are available, download this spreadsheet. It has the most up-to-date list of in-market audience segments organized by name and Audience ID. Read more about how to get started with In-market Audiences. Or, sign in and follow the below instructions to use In-market Audiences.