- allows you to increase / decrease the bid for specific publishers and/or to block publishers from your campaigns.
- applies to Native, Video and Podcast ads ONLY. It does not apply to Display, Canvas, Content Hub or Native Verified.
Publisher bidding is not enabled by default, it can be requested from your Account Manager and enabled at an account level, campaign level or both:
When enabled at account level, adjustments will affect all of your campaigns and publisher bidding appears in MyDianomi.
When enabled at campaign level, individual adjustments can be made to each campaign and publisher bidding appears in MyDianomi > Ad Manager > Campaign Options > Publisher Bidding Manager.
When enabled for both account and campaign level, adjustments can be made to all campaigns or specific campaigns. NB Account level adjustments are multiplicative to adjustments made at Campaign level: a CPC of 2 increased by 100% to 4 at campaign level and also increased by 100% at account Level will result in a CPC of 8.
Timeframe and Minimum Clicks
Show publishers that have delivered more than the minimum number of clicks in the chosen time frame. For example, choose publishers who have delivered at least 10 clicks in the last 7 days.
Increase or decrease the CPC bid on any publisher – in the example above MarketWatch has been increased by 5% and Reuters decreased by 5%.
Block (or unblock) any publisher with a single click.
Delete a price adjustment
An adjustment can be Deleted again: edit the Price Adjustment, check the box for “Delete Adjustment” and “Save Changes”
Why would you use Publisher Bidding?
Let’s say users from one publisher are converting very well, you might increase the bid for that publisher by 50%
Or you feel that three publishers are particularly relevant to your campaign, increase their bids by 40%
If users from another publisher are not converting as well, then reduce the bid for that publisher by 15%
How do I see how each publisher is performing?
Combined publisher bidding and device bidding adjustments are multiplicative. For example, if you have a base price of 1 that you adjust the percentage for desktop campaigns to 100%, and then do so for Publisher A set at 100%, the overall base price for Publisher A on Desktop will be 4.