Microsoft To Allow Macs & iPads To Use adCenter

Jan 10, 2012 - 9:12 am 0 by
Filed Under Bing Ads

Microsoft MacMac and iPad users are in luck - or will soon be in luck - if they want to work with Microsoft adCenter to advertise on Bing and Yahoo Search.

A Microsoft Advertising Help thread has Ricky Poole, an Microsoft adCenter Web Support Specialist, saying they are actively working on making the adCenter console compatible with macs and iPads.

If you read the complaints in the advertising forum, you will see the frustrated Mac users. Ricky from Microsoft said:

Thank you for your feedback. I also apologize for your frustration as I can understand you needing to be able to work on different platforms. The good news is we are working on this and will be fixing this. :-)

Please stay tunned to our blogs for further announcements.

This is the first time a Microsoft representative said they are actually working on this issue. I am not sure how soon we will have a Mac compatible adCenter console, but it is on their radar.

Forum discussion at Microsoft Advertising Help.

 

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