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Bing Ads Adds Security Badge Annotations to Search Results

19/07/2018
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Bing Ads is now live with a new type of annotation that shows a site is secured when it shows up in search results.

Here is an example what it looks like:

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Another example is:

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It adds a “Site secured by Norton” to the listing following the website URL.

“When your website is secured by a third-party antivirus provider, like Norton or McAffe, it increases customers’ confidence in your website. This added level of trust will also help to increase clicks and higher reliability for customers.”- According to Bing Ads

These security annotations are automatically added to ads if Bing Ads decides that the annotation can improve ad performance.

All advertisers are qualified for ad annotations; however, this feature is not always assured to show in the ads.

The security badge annotation will only appear in US search results for desktop device users.

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