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Can I schedule mobile ads?

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Hi,

 

I don want to run mobile ads on weekends but dont want to stop the desktop ads. So is there any way to do that?? 

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September 2015

Re: Can I schedule mobile ads?

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Hi Richa,

 

The simplest way is to create separate desktop and mobile campaigns and then use the ad scheduling in your mobile campaign to make the ads only run during the week days and no scheduling for desktop ad campaign.

 

For a dedicated Mobile campaign, set the default bid to minimum and then do the bid adjustment of maximum i.e. 300% for Mobile devices to make sure Mobile ads are only eligible and desktop ads are not eligible to show for this particular Mobile campaign.

 

Pankaj

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Re: Can I schedule mobile ads?

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Hi Richa,

 

The simplest way is to create separate desktop and mobile campaigns and then use the ad scheduling in your mobile campaign to make the ads only run during the week days and no scheduling for desktop ad campaign.

 

For a dedicated Mobile campaign, set the default bid to minimum and then do the bid adjustment of maximum i.e. 300% for Mobile devices to make sure Mobile ads are only eligible and desktop ads are not eligible to show for this particular Mobile campaign.

 

Pankaj

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Thanks Pankaj Smiley Happy

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Hi Richa and Pankaj,

You could also try to use automated rules to achieve that. (if you don't want to create 2 campaigns)
Have a look on this:
https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/2497710?hl=en

Best,
Ivan