The "Goal" tool allows you to set a Default CPM that will be inherited by targeted series, Impression Goals and Spend Goals. If you specify an Impression Goal, your campaign will stop running once it reaches the goal. Spend Goal corresponds with the CPM values that you can set at the series level within your campaign. You can also apply a new CPM to targeted series once the card is saved. Note: it may take several seconds to apply CPM changes for campaigns targeting a large number of series.
The "Campaign Pacing" tool allows you to set the rate at which your campaign delivers. You can set pacing to "Daily," which allows you to set daily Impression or Spend targets, or "Dynamic." Selecting "Dynamic" allows the ART19 system to stop your campaign when it is over-performing relative to your impression or spend goals, and prioritize your campaign when it is underperforming.
Frequency allows you to limit how many times your campaign is available to fire within an episode. Though the same ad spot will never play twice within a download, if you upload multiple ad spots to a campaign and raise the "Campaign Maximum Per Download," your campaign can fire into a download as many times as you specify.
Brand Maximum Per Download allows you to specify how many times a specific brand can play within a download.
ART19's competitive separation tool allows you to respond to brand sensitivity issues with certainty.
Choose whether to separate by Download or Ad Insertion Marker. Select an industry and/or a brand that you do not want this campaign to run alongside.
ART19's Geo-Targeting tool allows you to target your campaign by continent, country, state or province, city, or DMA. If you use this tool, only listeners in your targeted area will hear your campaign.
To select locations for your campaign, enter the geo-location name you are looking for in the search bar on the Geography card.
Choose your desired location from the returned results and you will see your selection in the Selected Areas list. You can select as many locations as desired.
3rd Party Ad Tracking
ART19 can support tracking pixels and ping any 3rd party tracking URL. Tracking destination URLs are pinged when impressions are processed either at the campaign or the ad level. This means an external ad server is pinged once for every reported impression for the related ad and will correlate to your selected measurement type.
ART19 offers 3rd Party Tracking at the campaign level in addition to 3rd Party Tracking at the ad level. A tracking URL configured at the campaign level will fire for every ad associated with the campaign. This saves you time if you have multiple pieces of creative requiring the same tracking URL.
To add a destination, press the blue plus button on the 3rd Party Campaign Tracking card, and provide a name for your new tracking destination.
After you click Save, you will be taken to a new page where you can populate the remainder of your tracking destination information. To learn more about 3rd Party Ad Tracking at the campaign and ad level, click here.