When an agency manages your account, you give them permission to perform all campaign management tasks, including creating ads, managing keyword bids, and setting budgets.
The process for having an agency manage your account looks like this:
We strongly recommend that you or the agency create a separate account for you through the Bing Ads sign up process and then have the agency send you a request to link to your account. If the agency creates an account for you under their customer name, your account will not be able to be unlinked from that agency if you choose to manage the account yourself or have another agency manage it. In that case, you'll have to re-create your account.
When an agency requests permission to manage your Bing Ads account, you will receive an email from Bing Ads. You have 30 days to accept or decline the request in Bing Ads. After 30 days, the request will be declined automatically.
For more information about managing linked accounts, see Linking to an existing account.
Often, the agency takes over as the "bill-to customer" on your account. This means that the agency will pay for all advertising costs in Bing Ads, and then bill you later. If you prefer, you can continue to pay all advertising costs directly to Bing Ads, even if your agency is doing the day-to-day campaign management. Just let the agency know which you prefer before they send you the request.
Keep in mind that if you have a monthly invoiced account that is managed by an agency, they can create, edit, approve, and cancel insertion orders even if you are the bill-to customer.
If the agency pays the account charges and you have a prepay account with a balance, we will refund your balance to your original payment method. If for some reason that refund fails, we will send you a check or wire transfer, depending on the country/region of your account. Please keep in mind that the mailing time for checks can take up to 5 weeks. For more information, see About credits and refunds.
If you want to find an agency to manage your Bing Ads account, you can check out our directory of Bing Ads accredited professionals.
As the account owner, you can remove a managing customer at any time. Take note: managing customers can also remove other managing customers—except for the account owner. In addition, account owners can remove access from any managing customers on their account.
Note: If you unlink the bill-to customer responsible for billing, you'll automatically become the bill-to customer unless someone else is already queued up to take over billing.