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l I'm having a problem where no matter what I do in setting up a
placement campaign, MSN refuses to allow me to progress in setting it
up. I'll run a placement report, see all my content network sites that I
have been advertising on in a content network campaign and want to target a couple specifically in a placement campaign - then when I
add these domains to the box on the add placement campaign set up screen, it refuses to accept
them, and just goes yellow. The box is highlighted yellow! There is no
way to proceed, nor does MSN provide me with details on why.
Also MSN says there no way to see a list of available
placements. Which I find odd since Google AdWords does give you a list. But I know these placements are sound because its from my vern own AdCenter account that I got them in the first place!
How can I proceed in setting up a placements campaign when the very
placements the MSN Placement report gives me from my past advertising
history, the placement campaign itself refuses to accept and gives me no
reason except for turning yellow.
I gathered all of the information we have on "placements" please see below. If you have any additional questions, please send me previous post with the ask for your account information and we can have a further look.
Hope this help!
All ad groups are initially set to be distributed on both search and content sites on the Microsoft digital network; however, you can select whether to have your ads distributed on search pages, on content pages, or both. These controls are located on the Ad Group Settings tab under Advanced Options. You can modify your ad group distribution in three ways:
Content Ads and Search Ads may be syndicated to the same partner sites.
Microsoft Advertising works with the web's top publishers to help you significantly extend your reach through Content Ads. Our high-quality Content Network in the U.S. includes Microsoft-owned and operated sites, like Bing Travel, Hotmail, MSN pages, and the Windows File Association page; Yahoo!-owned sites; and participating partner sites like those on the NBC Universal Digital Network.
Here are just a few of the sites where your Content Ads could display:
Take advantage of our high-performance network
Your ads display on quality sites, and they can reach more of your desired audience as they browse their favorite topics online. Content Ads offer the same targeting options as your search campaigns, plus these distribution features help you reach the right users:
The below list is not comprehensive but does include major third party sites.
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Could you email me your account information/number to ‘ adcforumresponse[at]microsoft[dot]com’ so I can investigate your issue?
o Who requested message: Ricky Poole – MSFT o adCenter username:o Affected account(s), if not all:o Affected campaign(s), if not all:o Brief summary of the issue: