Once you have some experience using performance reports and optimizing your campaigns and landing pages, consider trying some more specialized techniques and features. Here some suggestions for keeping your campaigns in tune, performing well, and producing the ROI you want to see. You can create any of the reports listed here by selecting it when you create a report.
Why: Quality score indicates how relevant your keywords are to people's search queries or other input, and how competitive your ads and campaigns are over time. A low quality score means your ads are less likely to appear on the Bing Network when a keyword is matched.
How: Add quality score and historic quality score to your keyword performance reports. Use this information to optimize your keywords, ads, and landing pages.
Why: More people are likely to see your ad if it's in a top, or mainline, position (ad positions 1-4) rather than on the bottom or sidebar (ad positions 5-8) of the search results page.
How: Include the Top vs. other attribute column when you run account, campaign, ad group, ad, and keyword performance reports to:
Why: If you have negative keywords that unintentionally conflict with keywords you're bidding on, you will lose impressions and clicks, and your CTR can drop.
Why: Adding suggested words and phrases can help your ads get displayed more often and improve CTR and your conversion rate.
How: Review the suggested keywords, including the suggested first-page bids and estimated number of monthly searches for the keywords on the Bing Network. These stats can help you decide whether to add the suggested keywords to your keyword list. Learn more in Improve campaign performance with Bing Ads Suggestions.