The creative’s files are automatically shared in the asset library. The files are initially accessible in DoubleClick Campaign Manager. The files must be manually uploaded into the asset library. The files are accessed through a third-party file manager.
DoubleClick Campaign Manager Google Web Designer DoubleClick Studio Google Tag Manager
He sets the new file’s environment to DoubleClick. He includes the DoubleClick component in the creative. He adds the Studio files to the file’s library in Google Web Designer. He sets the ID in the Properties panel to “DCLK”.
The Google Sheet (dynamic feed) is shared with the required Studio email addresses. The dynamic profile’s rules have been set to show the right content from the feed’s header rows. The correct data types have been set in Studio. The data in the Content Source Preview is assigned to DoubleClick.
The Properties panel The Dynamic panel The Components panel The Library panel
Target ID Placement Start date and End date Image URL
AdWords API targeting First-party audience retargeting Geographic targeting Third-party audience targeting
Creatives by status Event log Rejection notes Preview settings
Dynamic targeting keys User profile data First- or third-party data segments DCM IDs
A multi-device strategy, focusing on how mobile web and mobile app can be integrated into each dynamic creative An article that indicates the number of dynamic creative iterations based on the negotiated terms and conditions A document that covers a media plan, with the campaign goals and method to execute A sample of sketches of …