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- Create an account1 min
- Connect to Bing3 min
- Funnel downloads your data3 - 10 min
- Share your data2 min
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Funnel uses the Bing API to get the data you need from Bing. But if you are a modern marketer, you likely have many data sources. Advertising platforms, social media and your website all generate massive amounts of data. Use Funnel to bring all that data together in one place, automatically.
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Bing is one of the top search engines in the world, and it is used by millions of people each day to find information online. It was launched in 2009 as a successor to Microsoft's previous search engines, including MSN Search and Live Search. Bing provides users with search results in the form of web pages, images, videos, news articles, and maps. Like other search engines, Bing uses algorithms to analyze and index web content, and it ranks search results based on factors such as relevance, popularity, and authority. Bing also provides features such as autocomplete suggestions, spell-checking, and search filters to help users refine their queries and find the information they need more quickly.
To advertise on Bing, people can use the Microsoft Advertising platform. First, they need to create an account on Microsoft Advertising by visiting its website and signing up for an account. After creating the account, they can choose the type of campaign they want to run, such as search ads, shopping ads, or audience ads. To reach the right audience, advertisers can define targeting criteria such as location, age, gender, interests, and more. They can then create an ad group with different ad copy and targeting criteria. In the ad group, they can create Bing ads with ad copy, images, and a call-to-action to encourage clicks. To set their budget, advertisers can choose a daily or monthly budget and adjust it based on their ad performance. They can track the performance of their ads using the Microsoft Advertising platform, which provides metrics such as clicks, impressions, and conversions. Based on the ad performance, they can adjust their targeting or ad copy to optimize their campaign.
For more information about how you can use Funnel for Bing, take a look at the connector page.
Google Sheets is a free tool developed by Google. It allows users to create and edit spreadsheets online, store them in the cloud, and collaborate with others in real-time. Google Sheets offers a wide range of features, including various formatting options, formulas, charts, and graphs, which make it easy to analyze and organize data. Users can also import data to Google Sheets or export data in various file formats, including Microsoft Excel and csv. Our Google Sheets integrations works two ways, meaning you can use Funnel to populate a Google Sheet, and at the same time you can get data from a Google Sheet into Funnel. And then into any data destination you want.
Many marketing professionals use Google Sheets to document their marketing budget, set marketing goals, and collect data. Google Sheets is an easy-to-use platform for marketers to manage their data and collaborate with team members. Marketers can use Google Sheets to track their expenses, analyze their campaign performance, and create reports to share with their stakeholders. Additionally, they can use Google Sheets to collect and organize customer data, conduct market research, and plan their marketing strategies. With its user-friendly interface and accessibility, Google Sheets is a valuable tool for marketers to streamline their marketing operations.
For more information about how you can use Funnel for Google Sheets, take a look at the destination page.
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