- Elizabeth could give Administrator access to Ron, and create roles with more restrictive access for the other employees.
- Elizabeth could give content owner access to Ron, and Administrator access to the other employees.
- Elizabeth could give channel manager access to Ron, and content owner access to the other employees.
- Elizabeth could create an email alias with Administrator access that all employees can use.
Elizabeth runs a music publishing company and needs a group of employees to manage the company’s composition assets on YouTube. However, she wants her direct report, Ron, to oversee the employees’ access to the assets. How could Elizabeth best accomplish this in Content Manager CMS?
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I have the following ads 1.A sponsorship ad at priority 4 and frequency capped at 5 per day (which it has reached) 2.A sponsorship ad at priority 10 and booked for 75% of daily volume, of which it has only 68% 3.A standard normal ad at priority 8 that is booked for 15,000 impressions but has only delivered 13,000 and ends its campaign in 2 months 4.A standard normal ad at priority 8 that is booked for 12,000 impressions, has only delivered 11,000 and ends its campaign in 1 week Which will Ad Manager serve first and why?
Ad 2 because it’s has a percentage goal and this gets higher priority than absolute goals Ad 1 because it is priority 4 Ad 4