Bing Ads offers agencies chance at prizes for accreditation, new accounts, more

Bing | January 02, 2019

Bing Ads offers agencies chance at prizes for accreditation, new accounts, more
Bing Ads has launched sweepstakes to encourage agencies to increase their participation at the start of the new year.= What are the qualifications? Starting January 2, agencies can accrue one entry in Bing Ads’ sweepstakes with each Bing Ads Accredited Professional (BAAP) certification, up to ten entries for new accounts added to their Bing Ads agency accounts and five entries for enrolling in the Bing Partner Program. How do you enter? To get started, visit the registration page here. That’s also where you’ll find the official rules. If your agency is already in the Bing Partner Program, fill out the registration form to get your five entries. If you’re a current BAAP or have an account with Bing Ads Academy, log in to your dashboard to ensure your information is up to date. Why you should care? If you’ve been thinking about taking the BAAP exam, or your agency has considered enrolling in the Bing Partner Program, the prizes up for grabs sweepstakes might be the incentive you needed.

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The purpose of this whitepaper is to educate the industry about the Rich Media Mobile Ad units that are available for use in mobile advertising. This whitepaper includes definitions, attributes and examples of Rich Media Mobile Advertising that are currently being used in the marketplace. The scope of this whitepaper does not include branded Rich Media Applications and Games. This whitepaper is intended to encourage experimentation with Rich Media Mobile Ad Units, and invites companies to share best practices with the MMA’s Mobile Advertising Committee to influence future Rich Media Mobile Advertising Guidelines.

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The purpose of this whitepaper is to educate the industry about the Rich Media Mobile Ad units that are available for use in mobile advertising. This whitepaper includes definitions, attributes and examples of Rich Media Mobile Advertising that are currently being used in the marketplace. The scope of this whitepaper does not include branded Rich Media Applications and Games. This whitepaper is intended to encourage experimentation with Rich Media Mobile Ad Units, and invites companies to share best practices with the MMA’s Mobile Advertising Committee to influence future Rich Media Mobile Advertising Guidelines.

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