HOW TO CREATE AUTOMATED RULES: 5 EASY STEPS

23 Aug 2022
HOW TO CREATE AUTOMATED RULES: 5 EASY STEPS

You don’t need to micromanage every campaign to get the best results

Leave it to Decenterads’ DSP automated rules, and challenge yourself with something fun instead!

Set up auto rules in 5 easy steps:

  1. to create a rule, click “+”
  2. name a rule and choose the source type
  3. clarify the rule time
  4. create the conditions for your autorule
  5. create a black or white list in the section “Filters”

A-a-and done! You can apply auto rules to a whole advertising campaign or certain creatives.

Where can auto rules be handy?

One of many examples is Black/Whitelisting: sources with a high CTR in particular Source (App) will be whitelisted automatically, and vice versa – sources with a low CTR will be added to the Blacklist.

Got questions about auto rules? Ask our Account Managers for more insights and tips on setting up auto rules at DecenterAds’ DSP!

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