Bing actually has three new advertisements

Yesterday, Neowin reported that Microsoft had posted the first advertisement for Bing, despite the website only having been available for a very short time. Well, it appears that there isn't just one video to show off the new decision engine... there are already three. That's right, a YouTube account for Bing has been created and videos are already filling it up quite quickly. Since we're kind, we'll post them all here for you.

The first one we have already posted on that aforementioned link, but we'll put it here anyway, in a higher resolution format. It's interesting to see that Microsoft is already sending everything they have to get this off the ground; of course, it's not unexpected, but it will be intriguing to see how other companies fight back (if at all) in terms of advertising. Post your thoughts on them here; do you think these will be enough to get the average consumer using them, or does Microsoft need to somehow do more to get Bing off the ground?

The second one we have is called 'Search Overload Syndrome: Hawaii':

And lastly, we have one called 'Search Overload Syndrome: Cellphone':

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Am I the only one who thought the 2nd and 3rd ads are hilarious? Of course, I haven't slept in a long time due to school....

Somehow I immediately thought of this:

- Bing rebranding/development: $ lots
- Bing advertising campaign: $80 million
- Uploading your search engine advertising to Googles video hosting site: Priceless!


The third ad had some major audio vs video lag. the audio was a second behind the video. Probably the youtube video upload or my connection speed. Lets hope the real TV ad isn't that bad in terms of the audio lagging (or whatever you call it).

The first is the same awfully chaotic crap that was already posted.
The second is not as chaotic, but still very incoherent and pointless - another failure.
Third is somewhat more bearable than second, but not much. They should just drop this "search overload" nonsense.

Didn't like the first, the other two were ok. Best was the second one.
I don't care much for that guy saying "bingggg" in a high voice, though the sound of the word does kinda do that I guess.
I don't believe overall ads will do much to drive traffic there though. You've got somehow get high profile sites to switch to it, and force people, in a way, to use it if they are going to change.

First one doesn't make much sense. Like the other two though. Loved "looking for hot singles in your area" joke, especially the ladies reaction to it!