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How to Use Smart Manage Page?
How to Use Smart Manage Page?
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Written by Melike
Updated over a week ago

The Manage page appears as a board where you can see your ads on WASK. At the top of the page, you can see a general data table of your ads. Here, you can access metrics such as CPC, CTR, and CPM for the ads you place.

Edit And View Your Ads

The area under the graphics appears as an area where you can see your ads and edit them again. At this point, we have the opportunity to see our published campaigns and the Adsets and Ads under the campaigns.

View Your Ads

After clicking the "View" button, you will be directed to a page in Wask where you can see your ads in more detail. At this point, you can examine the data of the ads you have given in more detail, and you may have a chance to analyze them visually with graphics. If you wish, you can see the demographic distribution of your ads up to the device where your ad is displayed. Wask offers you a wide range of data. At the bottom, the "Smart Advices" tab stands out. At this point, Wask analyzes your ads and tells you where your ads are missing or need to be improved. In addition, if you wish, you can see your data on a country basis.

Delete Your Ads Easily

On the far right of the page, there is a "Delete" button where you can delete your campaigns. By clicking this button, we can delete our campaigns in seconds.

Optimize Your Ads

If we open the line with our ads under the campaigns, the optimization tab appears. You can automatically optimize the ads we have given here by using WASK’s Smart Advices infrastructure.

Add Your Conversions

You can easily add the conversions to the Campaign table by clicking the purple plus sign on the far right of the table. After adding your conversions will appear as an extra column in the table.

Observe Your Ads More Efficiently

When you scroll down on the page, it is possible to see more detailed data about your ads. It is possible to see more specific data on Cost Comparison, Spending vs Clicks, and demographics.

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