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Ad Scheduling --> scheduling according to customer time not my own local time

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Hi :-)

Sorry I would like to schedule my ads at specific customer times not at my local time.

Is this possible?

It makes actually much more sense do be able to schedule the ads this way.

I would like to schedule adds at the time when the people are at home and using their computers and when they are in the mood to engage...
This would be very helpful..

 

As I understood this is not possible.

Why? (Or maybe I misunderstood the function)

 

Thx for your help :-)

Claudio

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Ad Scheduling --> scheduling according to customer time not my own local time

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Hi @Claudio L,

 

the ad scheduling in AdWords work as per the timezone set in the account.

To schedule your ads at the most profitable hours, first you need to analyze the performance of the campaigns.

The schedule the ads for best performing hours of the day.

 

Else, you can use bid adjustments with ad scheduling. Bid more for best performing hours and less for avg/poor performing hours of the day.


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Ad Scheduling --> scheduling according to customer time not my own local time

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It's possible.  You just have to do a little "time zone math" to figure out how to create your ad schedule.  Ideally, the accounts are set up with the time zone of the client's business... But, when it's not a little math will help hack the situation.

Ad Scheduling --> scheduling according to customer time not my own local time

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Thx to all for your answers :-)

 

So it is as I was expecting, there is no possibility to schedule the add directly to customers time.

Of course there are workarounds... I could do a little math and create different schedules for different time zones...

Hope the will add this feature soon...

thx