Which conditions must be true in order to designate an advertiser as a “child”?Select All Correct Responses

  • There aren’t any campaigns associated with the “parent” advertiser
  • The advertiser is part of a subaccount
  • The advertiser doesn’t have any “child” advertisers associated with it
  • There aren’t any Floodlight activities associated with the “child” advertiser

Correct answers are:

  • There aren’t any Floodlight activities associated with the “child” advertiser
  • The advertiser doesn’t have any “child” advertisers associated with it

Explanation: You can only designate an advertiser as a child if there are no activities associated with it. Once you add an activity to a child advertiser, you lose the ability to share that advertiser forever.

Read more here: https://support.google.com/campaignmanager/answer/2893922

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