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Exam Name – DoubleClick Search Campaign Management Assessment.
Total Questions and Passing Score – 10 Questions and the Passing score is 100%
(A) Using a numbering system that only she understands
(B) Define them all as “DinoWorld,” since all the parks have the same name
(C) A random series of letters and numbers
(D) The name of the theme park, plus the city where it is located
(A) To accurately account for global location targets
(B) To automatically adjust campaign settings to optimize to a conversion-based goal
(C) To more clearly display real-time advertising spend
(D) To automatically capture user search preferences
(A) Engine accounts for the same campaign
(B) Ad groups and keywords in the campaign
(C) Only the campaign affected
(D) All campaigns within an account
Q.4 – Roger is in charge of marketing for Bean Coffee. He wants to build remarketing lists in DoubleClick Search based on all users who click on an ad when they search for “craft coffee.” How does he use labels to accomplish this?
(A) Label every object in his account.
(B) Apply the label “Interested in craft coffee” to keywords like “craft coffee”.
(C) Apply the label “Interested in craft coffee” to each of his campaigns.
(D) Apply the label “coffee01” to the keyword “craft”, and “Interested in coffee” to the keyword “coffee”.
(A) Create a Dynamic Ad Insertion goal.
(B) Set a campaign goal, then a revenue goal with user purchase as the conversion source.
(C) Automate his direct programmatic ad buying.
(D) Set a campaign goal, then a conversion goal with form completion as the conversion source.
(A) Bulksheets provide a streamlined user interface.
(B) Bulksheets allow you to create multiple campaigns at once.
(C) Bulksheets let you specify settings unavailable in the DoubleClick Search interface.
(D) Bulksheets let you avoid compatibility issues when managing different engine accounts.
(A) User clicking on an ad while searching for any keyword in the ad group
(B) User clicking on an ad while searching for any keyword in the campaign
(C) User performing a search for any keyword in the ad group
(D) User performing a search for any keyword in the campaign
(A) The maximum bid on an ad group needs to be adjusted on Sunday, May 22.
(B) The maximum bid on a keyword needs to be adjusted when clickthroughs fall below .3 percent.
(C) A new ad group needs to be created with the settings from an existing ad group.
(D) The budget for several ad groups needs to be increased by $200.
(A) Copy and paste the campaign’s settings into a blank spreadsheet document.
(B) Download the bulksheet from the engine account’s “Campaign” tab in DoubleClick Search.
(C) Download the bulksheet from the campaign’s engine account.
(D) Download a blank bulksheet template and import the campaign’s settings.
(A) Campaign copy
(B) Bulk edits
(C) Automated rules
(D) Scheduled edits
About DoubleClick Search Campaign Management Assessment
This assessment is conducted by Google via Skillshop platform. This assessment tests your understanding of managing campaigns in Search Ads 360. You are tested on 4 different course modules that include topics like Labeling your Campaign for Success, Managing Search Campaigns efficiently, Improving your workflow with bulksheets, and Setting Search Campaign goals.
This Assessment contains a total of 10 questions and there’s no time limit. You cannot edit and review a questions that you’ve already answered. If you fail in your first try then you can retake the exam after 24 hours.
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