Account & Settings
Ad Accounts & Business Managers
Ads, Placements & Copy
Dynamic Product Ads
How do Dynamic Product Ads work?
How does dynamic copy work?
I don't want a certain product to show in my Dynamic Product Ads. Can I remove it?
Is it possible to avoid double attribution by Facebook and Google?
How to use the Campaign Creation Template
Google Display Ads
How to add Videos to a campaign via URL
Audience Network, Messenger and Marketplace Ads
Which ad placements should I run?
I don’t want to run right-side ads. Can I delete them?
Is there a limit to the number of ads I can have in a campaign?
The template copy doesn’t suit my store. Can I change it?
Why are some of my ads turned off?
What is the recommended budget based on?
Is there a minimum budget to run a campaign?
Can I change my budget?
Understanding Return on Ad Spend (ROAS)
How to set my campaign duration?
When will my campaign start/finish?
Why should I do ongoing vs. fixed-length campaigns?
Can I set the campaign to run in the future?
How does Vantage assign a campaign goal / objective?
How does the Vantage Optimizer work?
What do the numbers on the campaign progress page mean?
What is the difference between click orders and view orders?
How do you track revenue and purchases from campaigns?
Vantage Smart Campaigns
What are Smart Campaigns?
How do I build a Smart Campaign?
What are prospecting and retargeting campaigns?
Can I edit a live campaign?
Setting up your Google Tag Manager
Home Depot CA
Home Depot US
We provide custom audiences for both prospecting and retargeting to assist your store in bringing in new customers and re-engaging past ones.
Prospecting campaigns help your business attract new customers
Retargeting campaigns bring past visitors back to your store in an effort to convert them into customers.
Running both campaign types simultaneously will fuel your sales funnel from start to finish. Together the campaigns will work to continually bring in new business, while at the same time persuade all those who’ve already been to your store to come back and make a purchase.