upcoming adCenter release
Posted 14 February 2006 - 09:11 PM
I wanted to let you know in advance that adCenter is in final testing of a new release. Lots of the changes you'll see are due to feedback from forum posters like yourselves – we keep you in mind when planning design changes and features for this release. So thanks for all your input, and keep it coming!
Here's just a few things to look for when you login after launch:
1. Order creation process simplified into 4 steps
2. Broader differentiation between campaigns and orders
3. New pricing tab includes all budget, bidding, and incremental pricing
4. Negative keywords can be applied at the order level
5. Keyword / ad rejections include reason codes…
…and lots of other cool changes. I'll have more details (including expected release date) on our new blog (http://blogs.msdn.com/adcenter/) later in the week.
Note that during the release, you will not be able to sign into adCenter, but your ads will continue to be served.
Posted 17 February 2006 - 07:07 PM
The new adCenter release is currently planned for tomorrow - Saturday, 2/18/06. The update starts at 3 A.M. Pacific Standard Time (PST) and will take approximately 24 hours. During this time, you will not be able to sign in to adCenter, but your ads will continue to be served and be tracked for reporting.
Posted 17 February 2006 - 07:10 PM
Posted 17 February 2006 - 09:34 PM
That's one of the funniest posts I've seen here.
I'm closing this thread.
While we appreciate the updates about adcenter, you're bending our forum rules about self promotion with your posts.
Our forum rules state:
You may not:
Use either Forum Posts or Private Messages for advertising. This includes all 'classified ads' or promotions, jobs or help wanted or seeking, and contests - No Exceptions! However, short promotional messages are permitted in your signature lines. As you participate in the forums and build a positive reputation, this may convince people to visit your site or your promotion.
There's a discussion here about the MSN adcenter:
If you would like to participate in discussions within the forum, that would be great. But we really can't be having you use our forum as your personal bulletin board.
Lots of the changes you'll see are due to feedback from forum posters like yourselves – we keep you in mind when planning design changes and features for this release.
I don't mean to be offensive, or cause harm, but you've posted here twice, and you've posted almost exactly the same thing in other forums:
Conversations are two-sided, and to get meaningful feedback here, you may find engaging in conversations will provide you more meaningful feedback than cutting and pasting announcements into our forum.
And, if you would really like our feedback, you're welcome to post your site in our website hospital
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