Creating an advertising campaign
A campaign is a combination of specific settings that leads to achieving advertisers’ goals.
To create a campaign you need to Log in to Kadam and click “+Create campaign”
All fields, marked with an asterisk (*) are required.
- 1 Name, URL, payment model, format selection.
- 2 Geo targeting and ISP.
- 3 Categories.
- 4 Sex and age of the target audience.
- 5 Platform Targeting.
- 6 Browser Targeting.
- 7 Set black and white sheets.
- 8 Black and white list ip.
- 9 Campaign Restrictions.
- 10 Time targeting.
- 11 Advanced Settings.
- 12 CPA Target campaign creating
- 13 See also
Name, URL, payment model, format selection.
Campaign name — the name of your campaign. You can see it on the campaign list. Choose the appropriate name so you can easily navigate.
URL of the campaign.
The link that users will follow.
When replacing a URL in a previously created campaign, only domain changes in the ads, not entire URL.
Site to test.
The site that will be checked for availability when the "Check availability of the site” box is checked.
- CPC — cost per 1 click
- CPM — cost per 1000 impressions
- CPA Target — you need to set a target CPA (the average amount you would like to pay for a conversion). CPA Target algorithm automatically generates bids to try and meet your target CPA.
After saving the campaign, it will be impossible to change the payment model.
- Postback URL — a tool that allows you to get all information about conversions right from an advertisers CRM system, tracker, or affiliate program. More about Postback URL.
Template of acceptance — set in case using status value
- On-Site Push (choose inside Push)
Attention. Changing the ad format will be impossible after saving the campaign.
Geo targeting and ISP.
This setting allows you to specify the regions and mobile operators, the users of which will be shown advertising (image 6)
Targeting mobile operators.
Web and wap traffic. Mobile IP Targeting Available for both mobile devices and stationary PCs that use operator modems to access the Internet.
Allows you to specify the categories of sites on which advertising will be displayed. For each category can be set its own rate. By the value of the maximum rate you can judge the competition in the category.
Next to each category is its ID (which is transmitted when using the [CATID] tag, more details about the transfer of tags in the link are described here), the potential daily volume of views and the average rate (displays data based on the parameters already selected in the campaign such as: ad format, categories, browser, platform). (image 8)
Sex and age of the target audience.
Defines the users to whom the campaign ads will be shown (image 8).
Determines which platforms will display ads (image 9).
Determines which browsers will display ads (image 10).
Set black and white sheets.
Allows you to block ads on specific sites.
Promotional materials will be shown only on sites from this list.
You can indicate only the site id in the black and white sheets. (image 11).
Black and white list ip.
Blacklist IP address.
Allows you to block specific IP addresses. The maximum number of IP addresses that can be blocked at one time is 10,000 (image 12).
Allows you to only show materials on specific IP addresses, or in a specific range of addresses (image 12).
A tool that allows you to pause ad views of a campaign when the specified limits are reached (image 13).
Maximum number of conversions per day - the total number of user transitions that can be made on the promotional materials of the current campaign in one day. The minimum value for the field is 100.
Limit campaign budget per day - the maximum amount that can be paid by the advertiser per day for the targeted actions of users carried out on the current campaign. The minimum value for the field is 300.
Limit total campaign budget - the maximum amount that can be paid by the advertiser for the entire campaign period for targeted user actions. The minimum value for the field is 1000.
Show material no more often - indicates the number and frequency of advertising material shown to one user. The maximum value for the field is 365 days.
'The minimum number of views on the sites. This restriction allows you not to display ads on those sites whose daily number of views is less than the specified number. For KSA campaigns, this restriction applies only in the training mode.
The maximum number of views on the sites. This restriction allows you not to display ads on those sites whose daily number of views is more than the specified number. For KSA campaigns, this restriction applies only in the training mode.
Allows to specify the time and days of the week to display ads. For this setting, the server time is taken into account, namely, UTC +3 (image 14).
Uniform distribution of advertising budget per day - when you install this checkbox, your budget will be evenly distributed among all available sites of the system, regardless of the amount of traffic they generate. This will allow your funds to be used evenly, without the risk of spending too fast on large sites.
After all the necessary settings are made, you must click on "Create campaign" button (image 16).
CPA Target campaign creating
CPA Target campaigns — campaigns where you set target CPA (the average amount you want to pay for each conversion) and the smart bid algorithm automatically sets bids to help get as many conversions as possible
To create a CPA Target campaign click +Create campaign and choose “CPA Target” in the Payment mode field.
Cost Per Action
The average amount you want to pay for each conversion. The average target cost per conversion is the average value within the received traffic.
Once you mark the checkbox campaign focuses on the amount set in the Cost Per Action field. After getting a conversion campaign focuses on the amount sent in the Postback.
The aggressiveness of increasing/decreasing
Level of aggressiveness. These variables determine how soon you need to increase or decrease rates at different intersections. “High" aggressiveness means lowering/increasing bids at intersections with minimal expenses, while “Low” aggressiveness means gradually decreasing/increasing bids over a longer distance.
Example: if you choose a high aggressiveness of decreasing, the system will sharply reduce bids at ineffective interactions in the absence of “fast” conversions. If you choose a high aggressiveness of increasing, the system will sharply increase bids when receiving the first conversions in order to take as much traffic as possible from the intersection.