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Creating a Constraint

ishitaa25076879
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Hi Guys,

Can you guide me to the process of creating a constraint which allows to restrict keywords bids to a specified range?

Thanks

1 Accepted Solution
ranjansingh
Correct answer by
Employee
Employee

Hi Ishita,

For creating constraint, you can first create label through Labels tab.

  • Once labels have been defined, they can be now being constrained: From the Labels tab >> there is label’s settings dialog box >>you find below three sections in the edit constraint box
    • Basic: Set the constraint’s currency, status, priority, and choose the constraint type.
      • There are several different kinds of constraint actions to choose.
    • Conditions: Instruct the system to apply a constraint only if specific conditions are met (based on cost and/or revenue metrics) for a bid unit.
    • Run period: Specify a start and end date for the constraint.

 

Fill all info as per your requirements and then SAVE it.

 

Hope It helps.

 

Regards,

Ranjan

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1 Reply
ranjansingh
Correct answer by
Employee
Employee

Hi Ishita,

For creating constraint, you can first create label through Labels tab.

  • Once labels have been defined, they can be now being constrained: From the Labels tab >> there is label’s settings dialog box >>you find below three sections in the edit constraint box
    • Basic: Set the constraint’s currency, status, priority, and choose the constraint type.
      • There are several different kinds of constraint actions to choose.
    • Conditions: Instruct the system to apply a constraint only if specific conditions are met (based on cost and/or revenue metrics) for a bid unit.
    • Run period: Specify a start and end date for the constraint.

 

Fill all info as per your requirements and then SAVE it.

 

Hope It helps.

 

Regards,

Ranjan

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