Bing Shopping

Bing Shopping (formerly MSN Shopping, Live Search Products and Windows Live Product Search) was a products search service and part of Microsoft's Bing search engine, discontinued around October 1, 2013. It was customised for finding products available for sale on the web. The results provided information such as product pictures, pricing, and description. These products could be indexed by crawling the web and extracting rich meta-data from web pages.
Posts about Bing Shopping
  • Bing Ads Editor Makes It Easier to Manage Shopping Campaigns

    … September 23, 2016 In the Philippines, the last 4 months of the year are lovingly referred to as the “Ber Months” and September 1 marks the first day of a long-awaited holiday season. For advertisers, it’s not much different. Even as Q3 comes to a close, companies have already started preparing for end-of-year holiday sales and innumerable…

    PPC Hero- 10 readers -
  • Ecommerce in France – What You Need To Know Right Now

    … explaining this craze: The desire to save time by viewing the product before going on site (38%) Or having a first glimpse of what is trending today (38%), a virtual window shopping made possible by exporting parts of their catalogue to the SERP. Anchored in that consumer insight, Microsoft has released, in Open Beta, Bing Shopping in France, but also UK…

    State of Digitalin Social Paid Search How To's- 13 readers -
  • #2 Most Read Article of 2014: The 10 Best Shopping Engines

    … This story was originally published on June 26, 2014, and comes in at number two on our countdown of the 10 most popular Search Engine Watch stories of 2014. As we look back over the past year, we're celebrating the best of 2014, as determined by you, our readers. Enjoy! Each quarter, CPC Strategy releases their Comparison Shopping Report…

    Mary Weinstein/ Search Engine Watch- 7 readers -
  • Your Voice, Heard: State of SEM Infographic

    … too sparse to make any decisions or optimizations. Secondly, Bing Shopping is far more expensive than Google Shopping so the returns just aren’t there. It also requires mandatory monthly feed updates, which are annoying to maintain when volume is so low. -Caitlin Halpert, 3Q Digital, Account Lead There you have it. According to our experts, Twitter is great, RLSA is great, Geo is great, other things… not so great. Any killer features you love not getting their due here? Let us know in the comments. …

    Jonathan Svilar/ 3Q Digitalin Paid Search Twitter- 7 readers -
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