Where do I change my campaign dates?

To change the campaign dates where a campaign is active:

  1. Click the Manage Campaigns tab on the left menu
  2. Click the Edit Campaign Settings icon for the campaign that dates need to be changed
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  3. Click the Campaign Schedule numbered circle at the top of the page once on the Edit Campaign page
    Note: Click on any of the numbered circles to make changes to that section

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Campaign Schedule

There are many options for changing a campaign’s schedule:

  • Change the End date for the campaign so it can run longer
  • Remove the End date entirely and select Run continuously
    • Campaign will run until manually disabled
  • Deselect the Run Continuously option
    • Set an end date for the campaign
    • Campaign will end on the date set

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Ad Scheduling (Optional)

Edit the Ad Scheduling section if specific day or time changes need to be made

  1. Edit the dates with the drop down Day Selector
    Note: “Entire Day” is selected by default
  2. Edit times with the drop down Time Selectors
    Note: All times are in Pacific Standard Time
  3. Edit the the Bid Price CPC
    • Option for the campaign to spend more during peak hours only, thus increasing traffic
    • Setting a different bid price in this section will override the price previously set in the “Bidding and Budget” section
    • Optional and not required
  4. Select “Add” to create new day and time selections
  5. Click the “X” next to the CPC field to remove a selectioncampaign dates
  6. Click “Save” to save schedule adjustments and continue editing OR Click
    “Save and Exit” to save schedule adjustments and exit the campaign editing platform.
    Note: any changes made to a campaign may take up to an hour to go into effect

If any difficulties arise during this process, please feel free to contact your account manager or sales rep directly. You may also contact the Native Ads Advertiser support team and a representative will be in touch shortly.

Updated on August 17, 2016

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