Big Moves for Bing and Google, Says AdGooroo Report

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Adgooroo released its quarterly Search Engine Advertising Update today and the big winner looks to be Bing. The site surged to more than 22 million monthly visits and now calls some very big names (e.g. Dell, Sears, Hotels.com, Marriot and Home Depot) clients of its advertising platform. 

“We measured a 5.46 percent increase in first-page advertisers in May (just ahead of Bing’s release) but saw a 3.31 percent decrease in June,” said AdGooroo Founder Rich Stokes. “The data also uncovered substantial decreases in ad coverage; so Bing is serving up significantly fewer first page ads than Live Search had served previously. This is great news for Bing users and advertisers since reduced ad coverage typically improves the user experience and indicates less competition for advertisers that decide to get in the game.”

The new report also includes documentation of other trends that emerged during the second quarter including a comparison of the second quarter and year ending June 2009 performance of Bing, Google and Yahoo!; and alphabetical listings of each of the three engines’ top 25 advertisers. The alphabetical lists of top advertisers contain some interesting and noteworthy newcomers. Google’s list of top second quarter advertisers, for example, included Bing.com. Newcomers on the Microsoft list of top advertisers include many well known brands that have embraced the engine early, perhaps hoping to capitalize on the substantial Microsoft advertising campaign currently supporting the Bing launch.

The report also covers year over year growth in advertiser base for each of the three engines. Although Microsoft generated an impressive 35 percent growth in its advertiser base year over year, Google won this battle by increasing its own base of advertisers, the largest by far among the three engines, by 52 percent. Yahoo! grew only 14 percent over the same time period.

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07-13-2009 6:43 PM

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JamesK 07-17-2009 3:55 PM

Looks like Microsoft is really pushing Bing hard.  I can really see the increased site traffic from referenced Bing searches.

Allhoteldeals 07-22-2009 7:14 AM

Thank you for the Update,..

As far as coming to the point, i reckon how hard it would be for Internet Giant Microsoft's "Bing" to Level up to the Search Engine Giant "Google". Though its being a Monopoly game till now.

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