Ad rotation explained
How the ad rotation setting helps determine how often ads are displayed in relation to others in the ad group.
Ad rotation sets how often ads are served by Bing Ads, if you have multiple ads within an ad group. Since no more than one ad from your account can show at a time, your setting for ad rotation determines how to prioritize the ads available to serve.
Set ad rotation on the Settings tab of the ad group.
On the All Campaigns page, under Campaigns, select the campaign you want.
- On the Ad Groups tab, click the ad group you want to set.
- On the Ad group page, click the Settings tab.
- Under Set bids, click Other settings > Ad rotation.
The rotation can be set two ways:
Optimize: Prioritizes ads based on auction factors, such as keyword, search term, device, or location. This is the default setting.
- Bing Ads prioritizes the ad from the ad group that appears to have the best chance of performing well. Better-performing ads will show more frequently, and others will be served less often, if at all.
Rotate ads more evenly: Provides more balance in rotation. That is, each ad has a similar chance of being displayed in response to a searcher's query. Ads are prioritized lower if they have lower ad quality, and therefore might display less often, in a lower position, or not at all.
- This setting can allow lower-performing ads to display as often as better-performing ads.
- This setting will be overridden if you use an automated bidding bid strategy, as these bid strategies prioritize better-performing ads.
Ad rotation does not apply to product ads.