Why You Need to Be On Bing
When you think of the term “search engine”, the first thing most likely to come in mind is Google. After all, they vastly dominate all competitors in the industry.
So, then why do you need to be on Bing if Google owns the search engine world?
For a moment, let’s consider the impact on your business if you decided to shut the doors to customers for four months out of the year. That’s huge! Maybe even a little absurd – of course, you wouldn’t shut
But, if you’re not on Bing, that’s exactly the kind of opportunity you are turning down. As of 2018, Bing has steadily increased its market share to about 34%. That means one-third of all search queries are being handled through Bing’s network.
As of 2018, Bing has steadily increased its market share to about 34%- that’s one-third of all search queries.
If you’re not on Bing, you’re missing out. But all is not lost!
Now is the time to seriously reconsider your online presence with Bing
One of the reasons Google has such a tight grip on market share is their major network of search partners. Well, Bing has recently been investing much more into this same strategy.
AOL, Yahoo!, Amazon, and even Reddit are all now part of the Bing Network. This year, LinkedIn joined the club, too. Bing’s search data even pulls data from popular sites like Yelp, Trip Advisor, Foursquare, and Twitter.
Why the sudden attention on Bing? Simple. They’ve grown up. They’ve poured an incredible amount of energy into updating their search algorithms. And they’re not just a Google copycat, either. They are bringing some serious heat to the table.
With the new advances in search engine algorithms, and some innovative features (we’ll get to that later in this post), Bing has been germinating a rather unique audience of dedicated users.
Here are some quick stats:
It’s one thing to be able to know who the audience is on a given search engine. But what does that matter?
Why does any of this matter?
Bing’s unique audience represents a sort of untapped market (since most of
Sixteen percent of all Bing searches are new queries, and 27% all clicks on Bing come from those unique searches. These present keyword and content optimization insights that simply are not present on Google. They are unique to the Bing Network, along with 63 million desktop users that cannot be reached with Google alone.
Still hesitant to jump on the Bingwagon? Maybe this will help. Think about who your competitors are, and what they might try to do to set themselves apart and increase their bottom line.
Now, do a quick search on Bing for your competitors. You might be surprised to see that more and more folks are starting to take Bing seriously. They’re wise to do
Were you wondering where all those statistics came from earlier in this article? They came from Bing, thanks to their new Microsoft Audience Network. They’ve totally changed they way they are doing things,
Thanks to AI and the Microsoft Graph, audience data is updated every second with every user’s actions. A massive amount of new insights are available to marketers and business
Bing’s ability to make such rich data available certainly comes with its benefits. PPC advertisers on Bing only have to spend about 1/4th the amount of money (compared to AdWords) to see similar performance. Clickthrough rates are higher, and conversions occur more readily with higher quality leads when compared to Google.
PPC advertisers on Bing only need to spend about one-quarter the amount of money they spend on Google Ads to see
This is a direct result of Bing’s focus on deeper insights into your audience. Google may have over twice as much volume, but Bing makes up for it with their incredible targeting.
As if all of this wasn’t enough, let’s drive one more thing for you to consider. Bing wants your business. They want you. A long-established marketing strategy revolves around playing into the markets that most want your
Bing is the latter.
We’ll help you out.