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Getting More Paid Clicks: The Bing Buster.

14 Aug
2009

We’re actually not very big fans of Bing, but after their first month’s release in the market, their biggest share gain was finally reached. According to Efficient Frontier, Microsoft’s paid click has made it’s 44 percent increased from July to the first week of August. The last increased that they have experienced was only a very low thirteen percent.

As the reports was saying, Bing’s paid click share were because of its strong performance on its Trade and Finance search verticals part that is gaining eleven percent and twenty two percent click shares. As the summer just passed, vacation and travel searches were made by vacationers it is more expected that there will be a lot of searches for very second in the internet world, since net is the fastest way of exploring every part of this world.

The main twist now is: The users actually used Bing for making a search instead of their old and trusty search engine.

This may be shocking news to Bing’s competition and that will be Google. This will start up much bigger flames that will make more adjustments for Bing and Google.

As for Bing’s new found success, they can only make this better and brighter. A good middle start is not that bad and this only shows that Bing has something to say to the world and that it will even show us how good they get.

This is one great start for Yahoo! and Microsoft deal. We can only wait for what’s more to come.

Just so you know though… we’re rooting for Google.


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Kevin Lam
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Kevin Lam is a self-taught internet marketer, web developer and traffic conversion expert that started since he was 17 in 2000. Even throughout his 5 years in the Navy, Kevin continued to hone his skills. Kevin now owns multiple digital companies including a Strategic, Digital Marketing Firm, a Sales Funnel Concierge Service, General Support Company and other digital products.

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