Name: The package name. The maximum length is 60 characters.
Description: (Optional) A description of the package.
3rd Party Billed Fees: (Optional) A static third-party fee to be tracked as a non-billable cost:
Billable fees are reflected in the Net CPM metric.
You can override the package-level setting at the placement level.
Pacing & Capping: (Read-only for existing packages) At which level to pace and cap placements in the package:
Package level pacing: This pacing strategy operates by pacing and capping all included placements as a group. This strategy ensures that all placements within a given package are optimized holistically, distributing spend based on performance and scale to selected key performance indicators (KPIs).
Placement level pacing: This pacing strategy operates by pacing and capping all included placements individually. The best practice is to use this strategy only to execute guaranteed private marketplace deals.
Flight Dates: The package’s start date and end date.
To optionally create non-even pacing flights for the package, select Activate Custom Flighting and set up the custom flights in the Flighting section below. Once you enable custom flighting and save the package, you can’t disable custom flighting.
Budget: (Packages with package-level pacing only) The gross budget cap and the budget interval.
For packages with custom flighting, the budget interval is always All time. For packages without custom flighting, specify the budget interval: All time, Daily, Monthly, or Weekly.
Gross Budget: (Packages with package-level pacing and dynamic margin management only) The gross budget cap for the duration of the package.
Optimization Goal: (Packages with package-level pacing only) The optimization goal for the package. See descriptions of each optimization goal at Optimization Goals and How to Use Them.
Custom Goals: (Packages with custom optimization goals only) The custom goal for the package. For more information about the best practices for custom goals and campaigns that use them, see Best Practices for Building a Custom Goal and Best Practices for Setting up Performance Campaigns.
Package Goal Type: (Packages with custom optimization goals only) The purpose of the package. This setting helps determine how to optimize the package:
Prospecting: Prospecting packages focus on acquiring new customers.
Retargeting: Retargeting packages focus on re-exposing prior visitors or customers.
Other: All other purposes.
Linked Package for Optimization Learnings Carryover: (Packages with custom optimization goals only) Another package whose historic data is used as input for optimizing the package.
Target: (Packages with package-level pacing only) The target goal, which is used to track performance.
This field is only a benchmark and isn’t used for decisioning.
Frequency Cap: (Packages with package-level pacing only) The number of times a unique device or person (depending on the specified Cross Device Level for the campaign) can be served ads from the package. Options include Unlimited or a specific amount per day, week, or month.
Pace on: (Packages with package-level pacing only) What pacing is based on:
Budget: (Default) This option delivers as many impressions as possible within the allocated package budget.
Impressions: This option delivers impressions until a specified quantity is reached within a specified interval. When you select this option, specify the number of impressions and the interval: All time, Daily, Monthly, or Weekly.
Flight pacing: (Packages with package-level pacing only) How to pace ad delivery across the entire flight:
Even: Paces delivery uniformly throughout each flight, with a target of 50% of the delivery in the first half of the flight.
Slightly Ahead: (The default) Accelerates delivery so that it’s 55-65% complete halfway through the flight duration.
Frontload: Accelerates delivery so that it’s 65-75% complete halfway through the flight.
Aggressive Frontload: Accelerates delivery so that it’s 75-85% complete halfway through the flight.
Intraday pacing: (Packages with package-level pacing only) How to pace ad delivery across each day within the flight:
Even: (The default) Scales delivery based on inventory availability. Generally, more ads are delivered per hour in the daytime, when auction volume is higher, and fewer ads are delivered in the mornings and evenings.
ASAP: Accelerates delivery to twice the speed of Even.
This option can negatively affect performance. Use it only when you are fully prioritizing delivery and spend over performance optimization.
(Packages with package-level pacing and with “Activate Custom Flighting” enabled) Custom flight periods within the overall Flight Dates specified in the Goals & Budget section.
For each flight, enter the start date, end date, and the target number of impressions. To add another flight, click Add Flight.