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The advertisement content is then distributed using data distribution component distro to serving systems around the world, step Next, the ad campaign management system may tag advertised Web properties to facilitate collection of ad performance data, step For example, a tag may be used to track user visits, interactions, or purchases from a website to which a user navigates as a result of clicking on a given advertisement link.

Depending on the specific needs and business objectives of a given advertiser, tags may be coded to collect specific information about a customer session that is of interest to the advertiser. Thus, some tags may enable collection of data on number of raw clicks on the advertiser website, while others tags may track numbers of clicks that resulted in conversions, e. In one embodiment of the present invention, HTML tags may be used to collect visitor state data from the advertiser website.

When customers use terms in a search, the advertiser's listings or links are displayed among the search results.

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In some embodiments, the bids may be submitted for content match auctions, sponsored search auctions, and banner ad auctions. Furthermore, the ad management system may facilitate offer exchange arrangements at this step between advertisers and various advertising channels relating to ads, including suggesting and matching corresponding advertising channels and advertiser offers. In response to these requests, the ad serving systems may submit one or more ads to the advertising channels, step The submitted ads may be displayed along with the search results based on the magnitude of the bids made by the advertiser.

Thus, the listings of the advertiser who has made the highest bid in a virtual auction on a given search term may be displayed first; the listing of the second highest bidder may be displayed second, and so on. To that end, in one embodiment, a pod may utilize a pod collection server, script server, and image server to collect visitor state data and to store the same in a campaign data store on a given pod.

As described above, in various embodiments, the ad campaign management system may utilize several different data collection methods, including but not limited to, full analytics, campaign only, conversion counter, sampling method and various combinations thereof. For example, the collected data may be processed to indicate the number of or what proportion of clicks on a sponsored link actually result in return of any sort to the advertiser.

In addition, the ad campaign management system may generate various ad campaign performance metrics from the collected visitor state data. The generated metrics may include, but are not limited to, value per lead, return per lead, conversion rate, number of hits served by the advertiser website, cost per acquisition "CPA" , return on advertising spend "ROAS" , etc.

In other embodiments, the generated ad campaign performance information may include many types of information indicating or providing a suggestion of how effectively ads, or ads presented though a particular advertising channel, etc. For example, an adverting channel, such as a given Yahoo! The information may include a number or percentage of viewers who clicked on the link, or who shopped at or purchased a product at the advertisers website as a result of the listing, etc. Yet in other embodiments, in analyzing ad and ad campaign performance, ad campaign management system may also collect various analytics data from advertising channels as well as third party analytics feeds, quality score data, and many other forms of ad campaign analytics.

These data may be combined with the collected visitor state data in assessing ad campaign performance in accordance with various embodiments of the present invention. For instance, the system may attempt to increase the number of conversions from the displayed listings while minimizing cost of the campaign to the advertiser. To that end, in one embodiment, the ad campaign management system may utilize a campaign optimizer component. The campaign optimizer component may be operative to analyze visitor state data as well as the data received from the advertising channels, forecasting component, quality score component as well as the third party analytics feeds to determine how much to bid on which ads, how to allocate the campaign budget across different ads, how to spend money over the entire period of the campaign, etc.

In other embodiments, the ad campaign management system may also utilize a weight optimizer to optimize performance of individual ads. The weight optimizer may adjust weights relative display frequency for different elements and attributes of the ads displayed to the users and attach tracking codes to the ads, indicating which variant of each attribute of the ad was actually served.

Furthermore, various other techniques known to those of skill in the art may be used to optimize performance of the individual ads and ad campaigns. In particular, the system may allow advertiser to access the ad campaign information and ad campaign performance information saved in the pods around the world, search the information, analyze the information, obtain reports, summaries, etc. The stored ad campaign performance data may be presented to the user in various forms, including but not limited to, charts, tables, list, etc.

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In one embodiment, the system may provide a full funnel report that will provide a key view into how visitors of the advertiser website progress from being a lead, to browser, to shopper, and, finally, to a paying customer. In some embodiments, the ad campaign management system of the present invention may provide comparisons of performance of components of ad campaigns, such as performance of particular listings, search term creatives, channels, tactics, etc.

In other embodiments, the ad campaign management system may provide advertiser with various ad campaign performance metrics, such as value per lead, return per lead, conversion rate, number of hits served by the advertiser website, cost per acquisition "CPA" , return on advertising spend "ROAS" , etc.

Furthermore, based on this information, the system may allow advertisers to make changes to the account, such as change listings or bidding strategies, change budgets allocated between different ad campaigns, create new ads and ad campaigns, etc. When a user logs into the ad campaign management system, the system may determine whether the user is attempting to access an existing master account associated with one or more of the advertised Web properties, step If the user is new to the system and does not have a master account yet, the ad campaign management system may create a new master account for the given user, step If a newly created master account does not have at least one Web properties associated therewith, the ad campaign management system may request the user to identify one or more Web properties to be associated with the given master account, step In one embodiment of the invention, the user may specify one or more Web properties to be associated with the new master account.

Alternatively, a Web property may include a website, or a combination of related websites and pages for which the advertiser is advertising. In various embodiments, depending on specific needs and business objective of a given advertiser, tags may be coded to collect specific information about the customer session that is of interest to the advertiser.

Furthermore, using tags, leads can be distinguished from other traffic, and, depending in part on the configuration of the advertiser's webpage, tracked information may include the number, frequency, and time of hits on various webpages, the deepest stage into the funnel for particular leads, whether shopping was conducted, whether a purchase was made, the type or amount of a purchase, and other information.

In one embodiment, the ad campaign management system of the present invention may maintain a separate account for each Web property associated with the master account. An account may be used to manage ad campaign spendings associated with individual Web properties. If an account has not been created yet, the ad campaign management system may create, at step , a new account for each Web property associated with master account of a given advertiser. The advertiser may also specify different access parameters and access lists for a given new account.

An ad campaign may include a set of one or more advertising activities or conduct directed to accomplishing a common advertising goal, such as the marketing or sales of a particular product, service, or content, or group of products, services or content. For example, an a. If no ad campaigns exist on the system for the given Web property, at step , the ad campaign management system may prompt the advertiser to create one or more ad campaigns.

An ad group may be a conceptual compartment or container that includes ads and ad parameters for ads that are going to be handled in a similar manner. For example, an ad group may be directed to a given audience, a demographic group, or a family of products.


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If no ad groups exist in a given ad campaign, at step , the system may prompt the advertiser to create one or more ad groups for a given ad campaign. In one embodiment, at step , one or more ad groups may be associated with the sponsored search tactic. For these ads, the advertiser may provide one or more search terms associated with the given listing, step , a URL to the webpage where the ad should take the customer to if clicked on, step , and the text of the creative, step In another embodiment, one or more ad groups may be associated with the content match tactic, step For these ads, the advertiser may provide a URL to the webpage where the ad should take the customer to if clicked, step , and the text of the creative, step Yet in another embodiment, at step , one or more ad groups may be associated with the banner ads.

For these ads, the advertiser may only provide, at step , the text of the creative. At step , the user of the system may log into the master account of the ad campaign management system, which may cause the system to consult an access list to determine user type and the associated account access privileges, step In one embodiment, two types of users may be recognized that have access to one or more accounts associated with on or more Web properties: advertisers and agencies.

An advertiser may have set up the master account and delegated a responsibility for managing its various Web properties to one or more agencies.

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In this scenario, the advertiser may have access to all accounts, and the agency may have access to one or more designated accounts. In another embodiment, an advertising agency may have created the master account and uses it to offer advertising service to advertisers. In this scenario, the agency may have access to all accounts and may allow limited account access to the advertiser. Thus, based on the login information, the ad campaign management system may determine, at steps and , whether the user is an agency or advertiser and which accounts may the user access.

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Each role may define different levels of permissive actions: some roles may allow copying of account data, some roles may allow reading only, yet other roles may allow to update account data, etc. For example, an advertiser may delegate access to the particular areas of the given account to the advertising agency and delegate access to another area of the account to another organization or individual, such as a freelance graphic designer.

Different user roles may be store by the ad campaign management system in an access table of a given account.


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Thus, at step , the ad campaign management system may consult its access table to ascertain the role of the user. Then, at step , the system may grant a full account access to the user or, as indicated at step , may grant a limited access to the account. The system may present a user with an interactive user interface UI that may provide user access to master account maintained by the ad campaign management system of the present invention, step The system may then ascertain whether any Web properties are associated with the master account, step If the master account is new and does not have any Web properties associated therewith, or the user desires to associate a new Web property with the master account, the system may tag the identified Web properties to enable automatic tracking and collection of data indicative of customer session, step If the given Web property has one or more ads associated therewith and the user does not wish to create new ads, the system may present ad campaign performance data to the user and to allow the user to manage its accounts, step If the user wishes to create a new ad campaigns or to add new ads to the existing ad campaigns, the system may provide the user with a different set of tools or interactive UI that may allow the user to make changes or create new ads.

Thus, in one embodiment of the invention, for the sponsored search listings, the system may offer to the user a keyword suggestion function to search for available search terms, step If the user decides to user the provided keyword suggestion function, the system, may generate a list of available search terms related to the given ad, step Alternatively, the user may decline to use the offered keyword suggestion function and may submit the new listing to the system, step The EPS may, for example, detect inappropriate content in the advertiser listings or illegally used trademark terms, step In some embodiments, the EPS may perform a quick check to determine whether to reject the ad automatically before it is submitted to a human editor for review.

In one embodiment, the EPS may respond with annotation such as rejected, approved, rejected but suggested changes, etc. If a given ad is rejected, the user may revise the ad based on the annotations and comments supplied by the EPS, step Once the ad complies with various business rules applied by the system, the ad may be store in a campaign data store in a given pod, step The system may then check, step , if the user wishes to create more ads and to repeat steps through for every new or revised ad submitted by the user.

In some embodiments, the advertiser may specify minimum and maximum bid values that may be placed by the ad campaign management system in virtual auctions hosted by various marketplace operators around the world. Furthermore, the advertiser may specify various business rules and bidding schemes to be used by the ad campaign management system in managing and optimizing its ad campaign performance.

The system may submit the budget allocation data to the account-monitoring component for processing and evaluation. Furthermore, in one embodiment, the budget and bid data may be submitted to the bid and campaign optimization components of the ad campaign management system for processing and evaluation. If the allocated budget is insufficient, the system may notify the advertiser of insufficient account balance, step , and end the process. Depending on the campaign budget, the system may employ different bidding techniques to optimize campaign budget.

For example, the ad campaign management system may employ a bidding scheme pursuant to which advertiser bids may be lowered to reduce frequency of the displayed ads, which may decrease advertiser spendings. Another example of budgeting is to throttle the rate at which advertisements are being served e. The bids may be submitted based on one or more of the aforementioned strategies. The advertisers may auction and bid for search terms or groups of terms, which, when used in a search by customers, cause display of their advertisement listings or links among the display results.

Also, advertisers may bid for position or prominence of their listings in the search results. The advertisers may participate in various auctions, such as content match auction, sponsored search auctions, banner ad auctions, etc. Furthermore, ad campaign management system may proxy various arrangements and deals between the advertiser and the advertising channels relating to ads, including suggesting and matching corresponding advertising channels and advertiser offers.

Based on the results of the virtual search term auctions, the ad serving system may submit to the advertising channels one or more ads related to the Internet user search terms, step The submitted ads may be displayed along with the search results based on the magnitude of bids posted by the advertiser.

For example, each pod may separately perform collection of visitor state data. To that end, in one embodiment, a pod may utilize a pod collection server, script server, and image server to collect visitor state data. The ad campaign management system may utilize different filtering techniques for collecting only visitor state data relevant to the given advertiser business objectives, step To that end, the system may utilize several different data collection methods, including but not limited to, full analytics, campaign only, conversion counter, sampling method and various combinations thereof.

The collected visitor state data may be stored in an ad campaign data store of a given pod, step For example, the collected data may be processed to indicate how many or what proportion of clicks on a sponsored link actually result in return of any sort to the advertiser. In some embodiments, the ad campaign management system may generate from the collected visitor state data various ad campaign performance metrics such, as value per lead, return per lead, conversion rate, number of hits served by the advertiser website, cost per acquisition "CPA" , return on advertising spend "ROAS" , etc.

This data may be combined with the collected visitor state data by the ad campaign management system in assessing ad campaign performance in accordance with various embodiments of the present invention.

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The ad campaign management system may also use the collected visitor state data and third-party analytics data to optimize performance of one or more advertisements and ad campaigns according to one embodiment of the present invention. The quality score may be calculated by the search serving components and fed into the ad campaign management system. For example, if an ad has a high quality score, then the advertiser knows that they should not try to spend money and time trying to perfect the ad.

However, if an ad has low quality score, it may be revised to improve ad's quality score.