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How can I block APP traffic from Display Network

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Hello.

 

How can I block APPs traffic from Display Networds?

 

I reduce 100% bid on mobiles, but I still recieng traffic from Apps that are not working with my product.

 

Thanks,

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Hi

Welcome!
You can exclude the category "Gmob mobile app non interstitial" under interests tab of your display campaign. And then check whether you are receiving any apps traffic or not.

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Aritra Mukherjee

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You'll have to list them under "placements" and exclude them one by one...
Sort  placements by the number of impressions, and exclude the apps which show most of the impressions. (As in Pareto; 20% of the apps get 80% of the impressions.)

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How can I block APP traffic from Display Network

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All the options will reduce the Gmob mobile but not block them 100%, so save time and always use exclude "adsenseformobileapps.com" from all your campaigns, that is the solution.

 

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