|Supported Adservers||Google AdManager|
Working with Proposals (Google Ad Manager - DFP)
If you need to use Google Ad Manager (DFP) to push Programmatic Direct campaigns read here how to do so. Find a description of the programmatic processes here: 1.0 Persona, Processes, and Features.
Please note the following differentiation between guaranteed and non-guaranteed programmatic campaigns:
1. Create a Proposal in ADvendio
Create a New Media Campaign. Fill the Advertiser and/or Agency and make sure they have an External Account ID (version 2.107 and up) or an AdServer Advertiser ID (version 2.106 and lower) connected to the Account record.
1.1 Set Ad Server Order Type
Then select the Ad Server Order Type (if not in your layout - ask your admin to add this). To submit a Programmatic Guaranteed campaign choose the Ad Server Order Type Proposal.
1.2 Set Buyer
In Version 2.108 and lower the buyer in Google Ad Manager (DFP) is set using the name of the Agency defined in the Media Campaign. The Name is compared with the buyers from Google Ad Manager (DFP) and will set the first buyer that matches.
If no Agency is set the Advertiser will be taken into an account.
In Version 2.109 and higher you can add the additional field Programmatic Buyer to your Media Campaign layout and enter the account that will be set as buyer in the proposal. To use this field you have to import your Buyer Accounts from GAM (DFP) (184.108.40.206 Import Accounts) and connect your Accounts to the respective AdServer IDs by using 220.127.116.11 External Account IDs.
2. Add Campaign Items
You can now add your Campaign Items, like you would do it with a regular Google AdManager campaign. Please be aware that there are certain limitations and configurations required. Please ask your System Administrator if there are special Products prepared for the use as Programmatic Guaranteed or view our article on how to configure products for Programmatic Guaranteed (Google). 18.104.22.168 How to configure products for Programmatic Guaranteed (Google Ad Manager)
In general the following Rules apply:
- Only Standard and Sponsorship Items are possible
- Billing Category either CPM (Standard) and CPD (Sponsorship)
- Display products need the Device Capability Targeting to exclude "Mobile Applications", while mobile products need to include "Mobile Applications".
3. Submit the Proposal
Now you can submit the Proposal to Google Ad Manager (DFP). This works like submitting a regular order: 4.8.1 How to submit Media Campaign and Campaign Items into external systems (AdServers, SSPs, Exchanges).
If you submit this Media Campaign to Google Ad Manager (DFP) the type will be matched:
- You will find the Proposal in the AdServer under the Sales Tab > Proposals.
- The field Seller Contacts will be filled with the value of the trafficker (person pushing the campaign).
- The field Environment will be filled with the Marketplace Environment from the 22.214.171.124 Ad Type (Google Ad Manager).
- The field Creative source (if available on your AdServer) will be set to Advertiser provided or Publisher managed according to your selection in the field Creative source on the Campaign Items.
4. Work with converted Proposals (Orders)
Starting with Version 2.115, ADvendio will automatically update the status of your proposals in ADvendio and once they have been accepted and turned into an Order with Line Items, these information will be updated. Our scheduled delivery data job will fill the following fields in ADvendio:
|Field in ADvendio||Information from Google|
Ad ID (Campaign Item)
|the line item ID of the converted item|
|AdServer Order ID (Campaign Item)||the order ID of the line item|
|AdServer Deal ID (Campaign Item)||the deal ID, which lead to creation of the Order/Line Item|
Once this is done, you can import Delivery Data and use this for Reporting, Invoicing or Publisher Payout.
To Dos for your Administrator
To use this feature, you will need to plan a Lifetime Delivery Report. Open the App Launcher → Delivery Report Settings.
In the Section Lifetime Data Setting, choose the time and set the Checkbox: Update AdServer Status. This update will then run every day, at the configured times.