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Ads Rotate Evenly Setting. What's your best practice?

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Hi Folks,

 

I understand we can set ads by Rotate Evenly under campaign's advanced setting, which can be used for ad copy A/B testing perfectly.

 

But could we make this setting under just one ad group? What if we have one ad group need some copy idea to test but other remain the way they are?

 

If just to create a new campaign for one ad group A/B testing only, then the QS will be started as 6, which I don't think it's the right effort.

 

Anyone knows? Cheers everyone!

 

Jason

 

 

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Re: Ads Rotate Evenly Setting. What's your best practice?

Top Contributor
# 2
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Jason;
Ad rotation is set at the campaign level.
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Re: Ads Rotate Evenly Setting. What's your best practice?

Rising Star
# 3
Rising Star
Hi Jason,

Though the ads rotation setting is available only at campaign level.
You can try within a new campaign but yes QS will be regenerated for that new campaign.
Not aware if experiments are available to test this setting.

Better is you run a test within the same campaign go with changed ad rotation setting for a week and analyse the difference by comparing 1 week data.


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Re: Ads Rotate Evenly Setting. What's your best practice?

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Hi Archit,

Thanks for your reply.

But in this case, the test gonna affect the other ad group with my best performing ads, doesn't it?

Re: Ads Rotate Evenly Setting. What's your best practice?

Rising Star
# 5
Rising Star
Yes the other adgroups will also be effected.
Then you have the only option to create a separate campaign for only that required adgroup.

Else wait if any expert puts some light here with an alternate solution.

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