Keyword match types contribute in improving campaign performance as it helps you target your ads better. They define how a user’s search intent must match the keyword and thereafter display your ad or not on the Bing’s Search Engine platform. You can exclude certain keywords from showing your ads by defining them as negative keywords. All these specifications helps control your campaign better and reach a targeted audience with the intent of meeting their search intent.
Negative Keywords controls when you want to show your ad. But what decides that? The negative keyword match types play a pivotal role in deciding how closely a keyword must match the user’s search intent resulting in either showing your ad or blocking it.
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Negative Keyword Lists spares marketers the time spent in manually adding the same set of keywords across campaigns. Bing realizing the importance of the negative keywords and further that there are some negative keywords that need to be applied to multiple campaigns, incorporated negative keyword lists on their platform the last year.