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"After you make any bid change and save your order then ALL your keywords are put through the manual review process again regardless of whether or not they were manual approved."
That is totally nuts ...that means that you have the potential to run through the review process not just once but every few days if you make frequent bid changes!
They really should have a flag in place to skip keywords that have been manually approved through the appeal process or something similar. I was told that MSN prides themselves on keeping their ads clean and targeted but this is just overkill?
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Frustrating isn't it? But I recall GoTo having similar issues when they set up their editorial process. I think the fact that every editor has only been at it for a few weeks is challenging to say the least and everyone is having to get to grips with an editorial process that isn't yet fully defined.
But the bid price changes - is anyone else finding that this pulls the ad?
[edited by: QualityNonsense at 8:52 am (utc) on Sep. 1, 2006]
I will check with the adCenter support team to clarify with them. And, if this is happening for any of you when you change only your bids, please let me know so I can investigate further.
We confirmed that the system IS re-approving all keywords within an order if you change the bid of 1 or more included keywords. We get automated emails same/next day showing approved/rejected keywords for each order which had bid(s) modified.
We were told specifically by adCenter support that the system does re-review each keyword with 'destination URLs' to keep MSN ads as clean as possible for everyone ...which we completely understand but to review with each bid change which could occur multiple times per day will be a system overload for many users of MSN adCenter.
adCenter411 ...Feel free to sticky mail me for further details if needed
The latest updates are as follows...
We are still getting keywords, but "not" the ads themselves, re-reviwed/rejected even after simply updating bids. Further, some of these keywords have already been appealed and then overturned ...one would think that your system should flag keywords that have been upheld so that they are "not" subject to future automated review?
Also, we suggested to a rep that highly desirable update to your system should include a checkbox to select keywords to be exported into an appeals template which would help both marketers as well as the MSN adCenter reps ...should be a simple update?
Thanks again for your help!