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The top of the page features a large photograph of a young lady, standing in a street and talking on a mobile phone which spans the width of the page. White writing is overlaid on this image: in large text, a bold heading tells customers that reaching more customers will achieve more results. Beneath this, a subheading refers to how Microsoft advertising can allow you to connect with millions of customers. Underneath this is a blue button offering the opportunity to sign up to Microsoft advertising. A row of three images appears beneath a further heading called “Powerful network. Powerful benefits.” The images are again photographs of people, featured in circles. The first features an outdoor, evening party scene with rows of bright lights and young people smiling, with one holding a sparkler. Text beneath this image refers to reaching a mobile audience. The second image shows someone in hiking gear with a safety helmet looking over a ridge at distant mountains and a cloudless sky. The text beneath this image refers to reaching people across the world with the subheading “Go global or local” in capital letters. The third image shows a lady working at a PC on a table which appears to be at home, with soft furnishings in the background. Beneath the image is the heading “Easy to import” and text below refers to being able to link with other products, giving Google Ads as an example. A blue button with a pencil icon appears beneath the three images with the words “Sign up now”. A navy banner follows referring to the Bing network and four further buttons with different icons are included, each referring to statistics that show how many searches are completed on the Bing network as opposed to others. Clicking on each of the buttons takes you to the same page which includes information on the Bing network audience. Six further icons appear beneath this banner, each of which can be clicked to take you to further information. These icons are followed by text explaining each one. They include training, Microsoft search, how to import Google Ads, webcasts, finding a partner and contact sales. A further image with text gives information on an example of a food and drink business that successfully uses Microsoft Advertising with a blue button to click for more details. Examples from three blog posts appear below, with links to further information. Finally, next to another image is an opportunity to enter your business email address and a button to sign up to the newsletter. Microsoft Advertising

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