6. Project Examples
The examples make it easy to see how the CampaignBuilder works
The companies are fictional, however, they are based on businesses we have worked with and they are easy to understand because they represent products and services most of us are familiar with.
In just a few minutes, you’ll see how the CampaignBuilder stores and uses your information to build campaigns. The example projects are included on your Project Listing page. You can use them – as soon as you sign up with your email/password.
Open an example – rename/save it – use it as your own project
The real estate law example uses call-only ads, which is a strategy we believe most businesses should consider trying. Call-only can be a real game changer for some customer needs.
To hide the examples in your project listing, just select “hide” from the “show/hide” switch in the upper left of the project listing window.
Once you open an example, the QS will ask you to modify the name so you can save it as your own project. From there, you can do whatever you like with it. If you’ve made a mess of it, just delete it from your project list and start over.
You can’t break or delete an example project.
That makes it fun to work with them and to learn how the QS works. You can delete the keywords. Add negative keywords. Redesign the Ads. Put in your phone number. And then see how the QS regenerates your campaigns and exports them (through the ECF) for loading into Editor.
Try each of the six project tabs.
As you go through each of first four tabs (settings, locations, keywords, ads), you will see how to make changes and then view the the results on the “Review” tab.
You can even go to “Export”, create the ECF and import it to view the example campaigns in Editor.