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Microsoft Advertising claims to maintain average position reports

 

 

Microsoft Advertising (formerly Bing Ads) added position-based impression sharing metrics introduced by Google last fall. But, unlike Google, he said that the average position reports would remain unchanged.

Added visibility measures. Now called metrics of notoriety rather than in voice shares in Microsoft Advertising, all six new statistics are available at the campaign, ad group, and search engine level. keyword.

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New metrics columns of notoriety are available now. Image: Microsoft advertising.

Deletion of others. Say goodbye to other competitive metric : loss of impression related to supply, relevance and expected CTR

Average position. Microsoft Adverting has confirmed that it retains the average position reports.

"A key measure that will remain in your report is the average position because we have heard continuous comments indicating this information. Nahva Tecklu, head of the Microsoft Advertising program, then published the blog post .

Why we should care. Google announced in February that it would take its average retirement position later this year. The news came a few months after introduced the position metrics Microsoft Advertising added this week.

Google's reasoning on removing the average position is that it's no longer an excellent indicator of where your ads are actually showing. since position 1 may actually be at the bottom of the page for some search results. Microsoft is reversing this decision, but we'll see how long it will stay if advertisers feel comfortable not to have it in Google Ads.

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