This Campaign Builder allows you to create ad groups and ads in an existing campaign.
1) Start by uploading a CSV file (only CSV format is currently supported). The first row in the file should contain the column headers.
2) Once the file is uploaded, you can view the column headers (i.e., columns in the first row in the CSV file) in the View column headers column. Click on Build a campaign to proceed.
3) Now you need to choose a campaign where your adgroups and ads should be created. (1) Choose the first option, if the CSV file contains the campaign names where the adgroups / ads will be created. Specify the column name where the campaign name is found. Choose the second option if you want to select the campaign(s) yourself from the list of campaigns available in Adalysis. Then click Proceed to the next step...
Tip: At the top, you will see the column names extracted from the CSV file (2). Click on a name (while the cursor is in the right field) to copy it across, instead of writing the name manually.
4) Specify one or more columns where adgroup names are defined in the file. Choose the relevant options for each set of adgroups (dependent on whether or not you already have existing adgroups in the campaign(s) (1). Preview the adgroups changes first before proceeding to the next step (2).
Tip: At the top, you will see the column names extracted from the CSV file (3). Click on a name (while the cursor is in the right field) to copy it across, instead of writing the name manually.
5) Define zero or more ads (1). You can use multiple column names to construct the ad text, or use only text. You can also inherit some of the text from existing ads by leaving the field blank and checking the corresponding option (2). In case of having existing ads, specify what to do about them (3). Preview the ad changes before creating the adgroups and ads (4).
6) Define zero or more keywords. You can use multiple column names to construct the keyword text, or use only text (1). Preview the keywords before proceeding with creating them (2).