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How to get paid to advertise your own business?

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Sounds too good to be true? Well in most cases it is.

In this case however it’s not — It’s just $50 Free money from Microsoft Bing for you to advertise your business or product on Bing.com

Surprisingly, Bing has been grabbing market share with Microsoft enthusiasts and is also powering all the Yahoo searches.

What this means it that there is plenty of good traffic to be advertised to on Bing and you get $50 to get started.

Now you want to be smart about how you get your first campaign on track but here you can learn how to on Microsoft’s dime.

Now this promo has no set expiration date but may expire at any time.

So don’t wait.

There’s nothing like getting free traffic to your website.

Now if you’re not familiar with Bing or on how to run an ad don’t panic!

It’s NOT hard — it’s just new.

Think of it as putting an ad in the paper.

Here is what you’ll need:
A headline
A short description
A link back to your website

If you don’t have a website yet, you can set one up in minutes for free on Wix.com

Now here’s why running ads on Bing is a good idea:

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Actually that data is a little older — As of August 2016 Bing accounts for almost 30% of the search market.

How did they get that much market share?

Since Microsoft owns Bings, they default Bing as the search engine on every PC, tablet and phones they sell.

A lot of people don’t bother to update the search engine settings which makes for a lot of traffic going direct to bing.

Bing typically to a more mature audience with higher disposable income.

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You’ll need to create an account and run your first ad for the credit to be applied.

The reason why search ads are extremely popular is that they are easy to target, track, and measure.

Which means once you figure out an ad that works, you can turn it on or off —

You can drive eyeballs to your service at will and control your business flow.

So go ahead, get your $50 from Bing now, click here

Nick

Nick enjoys tech, travel & flying drones. When he's not writing code or articles, he enjoys playing guitar and volleyball. His two favorite places are Thailand and Ecuador.

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