Microsoft is getting ready to test something new on Bing for desktop users—3D ads (via Search Engine Land). To start, the company has partnered with Samsung to give users a 3D rendering of its newest S10 series of phones, as well renderings for the Galaxy S9’s for those who search for them.
Bing browser has started to publish 3D ads for desktop version. Microsoft is preparing to test a new ad system in Bing for desktop users. To start 3D advertising, the company partnered with Samsung and gave its users the opportunity to advertise their latest S10 series in 3D.
This is an absolutely interesting way to show ads, and Microsoft says this is a special way to platform. The main purpose is that users have full control to rotate, zoom in and out 3-size images from full screen pop-ups. Ravleen Beeston, Microsoft’s head of search advertising in the UK, said in a statement:
”These new 3D ads, specific to Bing, serve to showcase the products on the desktop as they complete and enhance the experience of consumers who want to deal with a product and herald a new era of search advertising.“
Ads will also be supported by Stardom’s marketing agency Performics and will be exclusive to desktop users at this time. When it comes to mobile users or other details about ads, Microsoft isn’t ready to share any details at this time. Search Engine Land includes the following statements: ası As part of our goals, we are constantly updating and testing new features. We have nothing more to share at the moment. And
Being able to see a 3D version of a product can be a more effective way to reach consumers. What do you think about this? How do you find ads that pop up? Expect your comments to the comments section.