Access the Campaigns tab at https://advertiser.vungle.com/campaigns. This is the main Campaigns page and it displays the campaigns under a specific app. In this page, you can:
- Sort and filter your campaigns list, or search for a campaign by name
- Edit a campaign's settings
- Click to view the list of creatives attached to a specific campaign
- Create a new campaign
Use this article to learn how to:
- Create a new campaign, for which you specify the tracking, targeting, bidding and budget/spend settings.
- Manage existing campaigns.
- Access the Campaigns tab at https://advertiser.vungle.com/campaigns or select the Campaigns tab from the left menu panel.
- All the apps under your account display. Select the app for which you want to create a campaign.
All the subsequent screens in this flow help you flesh out your Campaign with tracking, targeting, and bidding details, and finish by asking you to attach a Creative and then review your work.
Set up tracking for your campaign by providing your tracking URLs from your MMP dashboard to properly configure attribution. We support Adjust, AppsFlyer, Kochava, Singular, Tenjin, Branch/Tune.
- Enter the Click URL and the Impression URL.
- Optionally add more events you want to track. You can choose from Creative Start (when 0% of the video has been viewed), 1st Quartile (when 25% of the video has been viewed), Midpoint (when 50% of the video has been viewed), 3rd Quartile (when 75% of the video has played), and additional options.
- Click Continue.
Note that limiting your targeting options severely reduces your available impressions.
- You can target by geographic region (continent, country), but note that this will reduce your available inventory of impressions.
You can target specific device platforms, models, and OS versions; and you can target devices based on their connectivity.
- You can target Publisher apps by their app IDs. To do this, select either Allow (target only the apps listed) or Deny (do not target the apps listed), and then enter the Publisher IDs (separated by commas, spaces, or newlines) of the apps to which you want to apply that action.
You can find Publisher IDs in the Reports section, or by using the Advertising Reporting API.
Because allowing and denying Publisher apps can have a serious impact on your campaign, we recommend that you first run a campaign without either.
Optionally Target a List of Android, Windows, and Amazon Devices
Android, Windows, and Amazon application campaigns provide a device targeting feature. Use it by adding a list of devices here. You can then configure your campaign either to allow only those devices in your list, or to deny the devices in your list.
Note: Use this feature with caution; severe limitations can have a great impact on your campaign.
To target or deny a list of device models:
- Download the entire list of devices. We provide a downloadable CSV file containing all makes and models of Android, Amazon, or Windows devices. In the Advertiser Dashboard, navigate to the Campaigns section's Targeting page, and in the Device Targeting section click Download full list of devices, as shown in the image above.
Note that the Android Device list contains more than 24,000 makes and models.
- Develop your list. Edit the downloaded CSV file to include only the devices you wish to allow or deny.
Save your finalized list of devices as a CSV.
- Upload your list. Navigate to the Campaigns section's Targeting page, and in the Device Targeting section, click on the Upload CSV File graphic.
- Inspect the upload. After your CSV upload is processed, the number of models included is displayed, and you can optionally inspect the list by clicking on the view icon () next to the model count.
- Specify how to treat the list. The default selection is Do not target specific devices, meaning that device targeting is turned off.
- To to turn on targeting, by targeting only the devices in your list, select Allow instead.
- To turn on targeting, by excluding the devices in your list from your campaign, select Deny.
Device targeting can greatly restrict the scale of your campaign. When designing a list of devices to either target or exclude from your campaign, make sure that you are targeting enough active devices to meet your goals. In some cases, it makes more sense to target using retail prices or other parameters. Please contact your account manager for help planning your targeting.
- Enter a Bid Amount between $0.01 and $10.00.
- Enter a Total Spend for the entire campaign (minimum $1000.00). This sets the maximum spend target for the entire campaign. The campaign will pause once the budget is exhausted.
- Optionally specify a Daily Spend by selecting a Daily Budget Option that is either an umbrella spend amount for all targeted countries, or divided by country. This sets the maximum spend per day. Note that a Daily Budget is effectively a target, due to delays in conversion.
Selecting Daily Budget by Country opens a Daily Country Budgets list, where you can edit the amount by country.
For campaigns that are already running, you’ll be able to use our Multi-Bidding feature.
Use multi-bidding to specify how much you're willing to bid by publisher or by any publisher/country combination, or to specify country-level default bids.
You can easily upload multiple custom bids simultaneously through a single CSV file, simply adding or removing multi-bidding rows. You can edit existing bids, create new ones, or remove publisher or country bids. With full bidding granularity, you can bid smarter for higher ROAS, using fewer campaigns.
To use multi-bidding:
- In the Campaign's Bidding section, click Download Example CSV.
- Update the CSV with any of the following combinations:
• publisher app ID and bid rate
• publisher app ID, country (geo), and bid rate
• geo and bid rate — use an asterisk (*) in the publisher app ID column to set this as the country default bid.
- Save your CSV file.
- Back in the Campaign's Bidding section, drag and drop your CSV file or click Browse.
- Click on any bid to edit it or easily add or delete a single row, or bulk delete.
- File must be in .csv format.
- Vungle Publisher App ID must be correct; Name does not.
- Campaigns support up to 100,000 publisher bids at a time.
- Safari is not supported at this time.
For more information, watch these multi-bidding videos:
- How to set Multi-Bidding by publisher apps in under 60 seconds
- How to set Multi-Bidding by countries in under 60 seconds
Step 5. Attach a Creative
Finally, attach one or more creatives you have built in the Creative Manager. To build a creative:
- Select a category; we support Playables (for approved accounts only), Full Screen, MREC, and Banner.
- Within each category is one or more Creative Type (for instance, Full Screen offers Looping Video, Carousel, and Gradient types).
- Select a type and upload the necessary assets, indicate the language of the creative, give it a meaningful name, and click Create & Add This Creative Below.
You have now created an App and a Campaign with at least one Creative.
Step 6. Save and Activate Your Campaign
- Complete the Review page with all your campaign settings.
- Click Save & Activate Campaign.
Find an Existing Campaign
Access the Campaigns tab at https://advertiser.vungle.com/campaigns or select the Campaigns tab on the left panel. You can navigate to your desired campaign in several ways:
- You can start at the Applications page, select the app to which your campaign belongs, and then select the campaign.
- You can start right at the Campaigns page, which lists all your campaigns regardless of app. To find your campaign, you can search by typing its name or filtering on attributes such as applications, platform, status, start and end dates, and bid types.
Main Campaigns Page
The main Campaigns page lists all your campaigns, their active dates, budgets, bids, and campaign types. You can learn the status of each campaign on this page as well: campaigns can be Active (serving ads) or Paused (not serving ads).
- When you open an existing campaign, the left panel displays checkmarks next to settings that are complete and blank circles next to those that you must still fill in.
- Hovering over a campaign name displays details about its status. If the campaign is Not Serving ads, you can view the reason(s) to later fix them.
- Clicking on a campaign takes you to edit pages where you can change the campaign’s settings.
The group of Campaigns pages guide you through all the settings that define a campaign. These pages include Tracking, Targeting, Bidding, and Creatives. You fill them out when adding a new campaign or when editing an existing campaign. You can click Review from any page in the campaign flow as you work.