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Mobile in DoubleClick Campaign Manager Assessment Answers

Mobile in DoubleClick Campaign Manager Assessment Answers

  1. 15/03/2018 You’re using a travel app to book flights on your smartphone. You see an ad appear for hotels at your destination. What type of ad is this?
  2. 15/03/2018 DinoWorld wants to track how many users installed their Android app after clicking their ad. What is one supported way to track these installs?
  3. 12/03/2018 KidApparel wants to send mobile users to install their app and desktop users to their website. How do you accomplish this in Campaign Manager?
  4. 12/03/2018 Your client has just launched their mobile campaign and wants details on performance. Which of the following dimensions can you add to a Standard Basic report to add mobile-specific details?
  5. 12/03/2018 Sports Gear wants to know how many in-app purchases were influenced by their mobile web campaign. Which report can you generate to provide them this information?
  6. 12/03/2018 What kind of creative would be best suited for smartphone users?
  7. 12/03/2018 How are conversions tracked on mobile apps?
  8. 12/03/2018 Sally’s team has developed creatives that look really great on tablet devices. What time of day might she expect her tablet audience to peak?
  9. 12/03/2018 Which of the following is a benefit of using HTML5 for mobile advertising?
  10. 12/03/2018 Sports World has a very bandwidth-intensive creative that should only be displayed for users with sufficiently fast connections. How might they target these users with a different creative than other users?
  11. 12/03/2018 Your client has a desktop and a mobile version of their website and wants to track the two separately. How do you set this up using Floodlight tags?
  12. 12/03/2018 What mobile environment has the same functionality for Campaign Manager placements and Floodlight as desktop browsers, but optimized for mobile screens?