One time set-up to manage all your Adwords Scripts
- Copy the code from your AdPerformance Account
- Add a new script in Adwords using the copied code, set the frequency to hourly.
Click on the below image to see one-time setup process in action.
Manage & Use Your Scripts For Your Accounts From One Location
- Create & Modify your scripts
- Assign / Use your scripts for any account you wish
- Set execution interval
- Control the priority order to make sure the scripts will be executed in the preffered order
Below animation shows the process of managing Adwords Scripts through our Script Manager.
Using Configuration Input Variables
In order to make the scripts as generic as possible, you can use Configuration Variables when applicable. Where these variables will be supplied on assigning them to different accounts each time.
Below animation shows how to add the input variables, supply the values on assigning the script to your account.
And finally viewing the script output in Adwords.
Using Google Spreadsheets with your Adwords Scripts
Your script maybe using Google Spreadsheet as for the input or output of data. In order to make scripts as generic as possible,
our system manages the spreadsheet creation process behind the scenes.
All you need to do is checking the box to indicate your script uses Google Spreadsheet.
Every time you use the script, Script Manager will create a separate sheet and initiate a special variable called SPREADSHEET_URL which holds the reference to the sheet’s url.
So you can use a code like this anywhere in your Adwords Script:
var spreadsheet = SpreadsheetApp.openByUrl (SPREADSHEET_URL);
Below you can view how to utilize the Spreadsheet functionality in your Adwords Scripts.
Special Log function, to send your output directly to database
Writing outputs to Spreadsheets can be practical from time to time.
However if you like to keep chronological track of your scripts’ out puts for a long time, spreadsheets may not be your best option.
Therefore we introduce a simple functionality to log your data directly to database.
Usage as simple as following:
Log ('your string here');
Click on the below image to see the functionality in action.