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Ads Manager Quick Start Guide

Introduction

The Ads Manager page provides a central location for your data enabling you to organize and visualize that data in a way that is clearest to you. The Ads Manager page is divided into three main sections, the first is a graphic chart displaying the selected datasets, the second is a Total Summary section providing key metrics for the selected timeframe, and the third is a spreadsheet style layout with rows and columns of your selected datasets.

 

Note: By default when the Ads Manger page is fist loaded, the data that is being displayed is at the Account level.

There are some general tools for this page that you should be aware of that can be used no matter what dataset you are wishing to examine.

 

Date Field: The date field may be changed to select any dates for which Search Ads Maven has received data. An important note to be aware of is once you have integrated, Search Ads Maven will immediately begin to receive data from Apple Search Ads, however if you would like to examine older data you will need to wait for approximately 24 hours for all of your data to be populated.

 

Filter: The filter tool provides an additional way for you to view the data that you are most interested in. Dropdown menus will be provided with the associated options for each filter.
Graphic Chart: Displays data on a daily, weekly or monthly time-period. Datasets can be easily added or removed to show only the data you need. Mousing over any of the datapoints will display the corresponding data.

 

Total Summary: Provides totals for Spend, Taps, Impressions, Tap-Through-Rate (TTR), New Downloads, Re-Downloads and Installs.

 

Spreadsheet Layout: Displays the selected datasets in a row and column format.

Data Overview

The Ads Manager page provides access to data on a variety of levels. The following data levels are available through the top menu:

Accounts: The data available on this level provides insights into the all of the apps and campaigns within the selected account.

Apps: The data available on this level provides insights into the data for each app within the selected account.

Campaigns: The data available on this level provides insights into the campaigns being run within the account.

Ad Groups: The data available on this level provides insights into the ad groups being used within the account.

Keywords: The data available on this level provides data around the keywords being used in campaigns within the account.

Creative Sets: The data available on this level provides data around the creatives being used within campaigns.

Search Terms: Displays the data around the search terms that are associated with your apps.

Negative Keywords: Displays a list of keywords that you want to prevent your add from appearing in when those words are searched for which assists in controlling costs and improving campaign efficiency.

Updated on June 14, 2022

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