This article will walk you through how to create and launch an Attribution goal in Perpetua.

Let's get started!

1. Head over to the "Attribution" tab in the left-hand menu on your dashboard.

2. Click the "New Goal" button on the top right corner of the goals list.

3. From here, you will be taken to the goal creation screen where you can now edit your ad creatives and configure the parameters for your goal.


Let's start by creating the ad.

Destination

Pick the landing page that you'd like the ad to direct your audience to when they click on it. This can either be the Product Page of the ASIN or your Amazon Store page.

If you select the Product Page option, you will need to select the ASIN of the product you wish to advertise using the "Select Product" button on the right.

If you select the Store Page option, you will need to select a tab within your Amazon Store page that you'd like to direct your audience to by using the drop-down filter under Store.

Headline

Enter a headline for your ad. A typical headline should include your brand name (if you have one), some key features/characteristics of your product, or the price (if that is a selling point).


Description
Enter a description of your ad. A typical description should include a more detailed description of the key features, competitive advantages of the product/brand, and the price (if that is a selling point).

If you wish, you can also add more ads to your goal as well! You can simply do this by clicking on the + icon at the bottom of the ad.

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Entering your goal configurations

Selecting a Targeting Type

Start by selecting the Targeting Type you wish to apply to your goal. You can choose between:

  • Universal = You will target all available customers using a single daily budget and ACoS target.
  • Branded = Split ACoS and budget targets based on the inclusion or exclusion of branded keywords. This will allow you to separate the performance between your branded and unbranded terms to get a better picture of where your traffic is coming from and control these segments more precisely.
  • Advanced = Set unique ACoS and budget targets for brand, category, and competitor segments. This will allow you to separate the performance between your branded, unbranded, and competitor terms to get a better picture of where your traffic is coming from and control these segments more precisely.

*NOTE: For Branded or Advanced goals:

  • Branded Phrases = Your brand name and any misspellings that come along with it (i.e. Adidas, Adiadas, Addidas).
  • Competitor Phrases = Competitor brand names and any misspellings that come along with it (i.e. Nike, Nikey).

Perpetua will then target all exact, phrase, and broad match keywords with those Phrases included.

Goal Name

Enter a name for the goal.

Set the parameters

Set the Target ACoS and Budget for your goal or for each segment if you chose a targeting type other than Universal.


Then launch your goal! 🚀
















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