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Introduction

How to perform bulk operations (video guide)

How to resolve errors

Introduction

Bulk operations are only available for the creation and editing of Sponsored Product goals. Keyword Boost campaigns cannot be updated via bulk operations for goals.

The following changes are possible through the bulk .csv upload function.

  • Launching new goals with a universal, brand-based or advanced targeting type

  • Adjusting Daily Budgets and Target ACoS on goals

  • Adding / removing ASINs within the goals (you cannot pause them)

    • Note: Removing all ASINs within a goal will not delete the goal

  • Pausing goals (you cannot delete goals)

Note:

  • It is not possible to update the targeting type on existing goals using this feature.

  • Deleting an ASIN from a goal and adding it to another goal/new goal would require two separate uploads. You cannot do it in one spreadsheet.

  • You can update the campaign names

    • Note: If you update the goal name on the Perpetua app, it will not be reflected on Amazon. Revising campaign names is still not supported through the Perpetua app.

If you want to edit targets in bulk, we have a separate feature that you can access within a Sponsored Product goal. You are also able to manage targets in a keyword boost campaign using this feature. Click here for the step-by-step guide.

How to perform Bulk Operations

  1. Click on Sponsored Products. Next to the purple New Goal button below the graph, you will see the Bulk Operations icon that you can click to reveal the drop-down.

2. Click on Download CSV Template. Make all of your changes on this template.

  • Template Breakdown Video

  • How to launch a goal

  • How to edit a goal's Status, Target ACoS and Budget (recall that you cannot delete a goal)


  • How to add and remove an ASIN (Recall that you cannot pause an ASIN)


3. Save the changes on the template, and upload the updated .csv file by clicking the purple Upload CSV button. After you select the file, you will see a progress bar showing the completion rate of the upload.

4. Once the upload is successful, a pop-up message will appear in the upper right corner to confirm that the changes have been updated.

How to resolve errors

If the upload fails, a red error message will pop up in the upper right corner. Here are ways you can resolve this problem:

  1. Make sure that you have less than 25, 000 rows in your spreadsheet. If you exceed this limit, the upload will fail.

  2. Download the .csv template as the error message suggests. In the new .csv file, you will only see the error rows. The successful rows will have already pushed through. Correct the rows that caused the upload to fail, and save the file. Upload the saved file again.



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