Because Google Shopping is a Special Database comparison function, Google has also opened up the auction to other comparators ( Comparison Shopping Services ). With a market share in the Netherlands of (according to its own words) almost 10 percent, Bing has a much smaller share compared to Google. Although Bing's share is Special Database much smaller than Google, in absolute numbers this is a nice addition in traffic and revenue. Currently, Microsoft Shopping is only shown on desktop and tablet in the Netherlands. Implementation Microsoft Shopping Want to get started with Microsoft Shopping? It's currently in beta, which means Special Database you'll need a whitelisting through Microsoft.
If you have received Special Database this (via an online agency), you still have to go through a number of steps. Create a Microsoft Merchant Center. You can find this in your Microsoft Ads account under the 'tools' tab Create a 'Store'. The name you enter for the store will be shown below each shopping result. Claim the domain. The easiest Special Database way to claim is via the UET tag or else via Bing Webmasters Tools Provide a product feed. You have two options for this: Manually set up a product feed via Catalog Manager. This can be an existing feed that you also use for Google Shopping or a new feed specially designed for Microsoft Shopping Special Database Choose automatic import from the Google Merchant Center Set up shopping campaigns.
You also have two options for this: Create Special Database new campaigns manually Import existing shopping campaigns from Google Ads. Learn more about implementing Microsoft Shopping Campaigns here. Don't wait any longer and make sure that your products are also shown via Microsoft Shopping. This is the chance to be the Special Database first to take the positions, be ahead of your competition and keep the traffic through Bing to your web shop and possibly improve the results. When implementing Microsoft Shopping, consider whether you want to use the same strategy, feeds and campaigns as Google Shopping. Proponents of Special Database Google Ads cite the power and scope of Google's search engine, while opponents point to the high cost.