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Old 06-15-2009   #1
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Any changes in adCenter PPC Results?

Now that Bing has been live for a couple weeks and the novelty has worn off some, I'm wondering if anyone is seeing any different results in their adCenter PPC - more traffic, better conversions, anything else?

We are seeing some definite increases in traffic with conversion rates holding steady for at least one client since Bing launched. I have a post brewing for my personal blog but am curious if others are seeing the same thing.
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Re: Any changes in adCenter PPC Results?

We are seeing dramatically reduced impressions for two different campaigns. Are you seeing an increase in traffic?

We don't have any conversion data yet. I'm very interested to see that.
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Re: Any changes in adCenter PPC Results?

Reduced impressions, huh? Interesting. We are indeed seeing increased traffic - significantly, in the case of one client.

What vertical are you in?
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