Campaigns
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Written by Natalya Yefimenko
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The Campaigns section contains the list of all created campaigns.


Before you begin

Campaigns list

In this section, you can do the following:

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where:

  • ID: campaign ID.

  • Title: the name of your campaign.

  • Status Name: the status you indicate on the campaign edit page.

  • sources: the number of sources connected to the campaign.
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πŸ”Ž If you see 0 in this column, it means no whole sources are chosen for this particular campaign, but some particular offers are selected.

Campaign preview page

If you click the Eye icon, you get to the campaign preview page.

Campaign preview page contains the following information:

  • Settings in the Filters section.

  • Settings in the Default values section (fieldset table).

  • Settings in the Sync rules section.

  • The list of offers, selected for this campaign.
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The Matched offers section is the list of offers, which match filter settings:

The columns are almost the same as the Demand offers section has. However, there are some exceptions:

  • Offer Status: offer status on the advertiser side.

  • Updated At: date and time when the campaign was saved last time.

  • Status in Affise: offer status on Affise. It can be Active, Suspended (Paused), and Stopped (Disabled). All three variants mean the offer was pulled to Affise within this campaign. Not synced yet, status might mean several things:

    • The offer was brought to CPAPI not a long time ago, and CPAPI is in the process of its pulling to Affise.

    • Some smartlink is chosen in the campaign, but there is no such a smartlink on Affise anymore.

    • The offer is invalid (highlighted red). You can click it and see the error to get the information why the offer is invalid.

To get offer details, click the offer. Read more here.


Please contact the Affise Customer Support team regarding all raised questions via the e-mail: [email protected].

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