Microsoft adCenter APIs

Oct 18, 2006 • 8:04 am | comments (1) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Microsoft Bing Ads (formerly adCenter)

Does Microsoft adCenter, like Google AdWords & others have an API (application protocol interface) for developers to build software around? The purpose of an API is to help streamline, automate and easily access data from a 3rd party application. They are used all the time for many reasons, but in this case, account automation, reporting and integration into your own backoffice solutions.

A DigitalPoint Forums thread asks if Microsoft adCenter has an API. I dug up some things and discovered a MSDN Forums thread with links to the adCenter API.

Here it is:

The following are the WSDLs used for the Microsoft adCenter API.
Production WSDLs:
V3 (released 10/7/2006)

V2 Sandbox WSDLs: V3 V2

We anticipate retiring the V2 WSDLs January 7, 2007, so plan your migration to the V3 WSDLs now! Thank you, The Microsoft adCenter API Group

Hope this helps some people.

Forum discussion at DigitalPoint Forums.

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