What does an “execution channel” represent in the Planning process?

    What does an “execution channel” represent in the Planning process?

    • An area to enter the user’s objectives, budget, and start and end dates
    • A “channel” created between an advertiser and publisher as soon as the RFP is sent
    • The act of sending an RFP to begin the negotiation process with the publisher
    • The “link” from the inventory in a media plan to a Campaign Manager campaign where placements can be executed

    Correct answer is:

    • The “link” from the inventory in a media plan to a Campaign Manager campaign where placements can be executed

    Explanation: Media is pushed into a Campaign Manager campaign via an execution channel, which is a link to a specific campaign in Campaign Manager you create in Planning. Execution channels are the higher-level link between Planning and Campaign Manager and allow you to specify how media properties in Planning map to sites within Campaign Manager.

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