Bing Ads Doubles Number Of Keywords Advertisers Can Review In UI To Support Larger Accounts

bing-ads-600Bing Ads has taken another step toward supporting larger accounts. Yesterday, the ad network announced it had updated its user interface so that advertisers can now review accounts with up to 100,000 keywords in the Keyword Tab.

As part of the updates, ad groups and tabs have also been configured to support the increased amount of data.

This doubles the 50,000 keywords advertisers could formerly review in the Bing Ads UI after updates rolled out in May of this year.

From the announcement:

The Bing Ads team is continuing to scale the UI to much larger accounts and have started piloting accounts up to 250,000 keywords.

Bing said any accounts with keyword numbers that surpass the current UI review limits can still be managed within the UI by narrowing the scope of the specific campaign.

Bing Ads Keyword Review July 2014

Related Topics: Channel: SEM | Microsoft: Bing Ads | Search Ads

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