Last month, Bing Ads introduced an E-Commerce Photo Editing answer to Google Ads Scripts. The script is now in open beta, so all advertisers around the world can find it in the Bulk Accounts section. At launch, we shared a sample script to report an account-level quality score. However, it soon became apparent that some nifty coding tricks needed to be devised E-Commerce Photo Editing to get around the current limitations, such as lack of label, spreadsheet, or email support. So this month, I'll copy and paste it into my Bing Ads MCC account to share a script that can keep my admin account within a budget of up to a month.
The script contains sample code for a E-Commerce Photo Editing workaround for sending an email and labeling what the script has changed, so you can retrieve that code and reuse it in your own script. The script I share helps advertisers keep costs within E-Commerce Photo Editing their monthly target budget. By running the script daily, you can detect if you have reached a certain spending level and suspend all currently active campaigns. advertisement Continue reading below When it detects that you've reached your target spend, the script sends an email and saves the suspended campaign to your public data store.
When the script runs at the beginning E-Commerce Photo Editing of a new month, it can use its data store to see previously suspended campaigns and turn them back on. Bing Ads Monthly Account Budget Script The functions of the script are as follows: Get all the E-Commerce Photo Editing campaigns in your account and add up your costs so far this month. If the total cost exceeds the user-defined limit, all campaigns will be suspended. If the script runs on the first day of the month, it will search for the campaigns that were suspended last month and re-enable them.