Broad max CPC column
Note: Bing Ads has deprecated its support for this column and all other match-type defaults (that is, different max CPC defaults for broad match, exact match, and phrase match keywords). Instead of specifying match-type defaults, you specify a single Search max CPC default that applies to all keywords in an ad group.
As part of its deprecation process, Bing Ads renamed the "broad match" default to "Search max CPC" and removed the ability to set exact match and phrase match defaults. If you had specified match-type defaults before this feature was deprecated, Bing Ads and DS still use the defaults for any keywords that don't specify their own max CPC.
To remove the match-type defaults for an ad group, sign in to Bing Ads and make a change to the ad group's Search max CPC setting. Bing Ads will remove the exact match and phrase match defaults, and all keywords will use the Search max CPC default (formerly known as the "broad match" default). In DS, changing Search max CPC does not replace all of the match-type defaults. Changing Search max CPC in DS only changes the "Search max CPC"/broad-match default.
- You set these max CPC defaults for a Bing Ads ad group:
- broad match: .10
- phrase match : .08
- exact match: .20
- Bing Ads deprecated match-type defaults. For the new ad group setting, Search max CPC, Bing Ads uses the broad match default you specified.
You can no longer view or change the match-type defaults from Bing Ads or DS. However, the match-type defaults are still in effect for keywords in the ad group.
- You sign in to Bing Ads and change Search max CPC in the same ad group from .10 to .15.
The match-type defaults are no longer in effect for keywords in the ad group. Instead, all keywords use the Search max CPC by default. You can override the default by setting a max CPC for a keyword.
(Applicable to Bing Ads only) Defines the default maximum cost-per-click for keywords that specify a broad match type and that are in a Bing Ads ad group.