AdStage was created to alleviate the pains that come with building LinkedIn ads. By utilizing AdStage's Ad Builder you can create 14 text or sponsored content ads at a time by utilizing multiple variations of different fields in the update. 

How do I create Sponsored Content ads in bulk?

Step 1: Either start a fresh campaign or click into the campaign that you wish to add sponsored content to.

Step 2: Click Create/Add Sponsored Updates.

Step 3: Here you can either sponsor sponsored content ads already created, or create new. Select Post a New Company Status Update.

Step 4: Select either Status Update, Rich Media Image Update, or Rich Media PDF Update. From there, start filling out the required fields. Once you add an URL the fields will auto populate from your website's metadata.

Step 5:  When you are ready to start building variants click the Add Variant button below the fields. Adding photos or different destination URLs in AdStage will automatically create different variants of the ad.

Step 6: Click View All at the top of the ad builder to see all the ads created by adding variants. At this view you can deselect any ads you don't want to include.

Step 7: Once you click Save and Publish you will be brought back to the Sponsored Content table. From here click Done.

How do I create Text Ads in bulk?

Step 1: Either start a fresh campaign or click into the campaign that you wish to add sponsored content to.

Step 2: Click Create Ad.

Step 3: Start filling out the required fields.

Step 4: When you are ready to start building variants click the Add Variant button below the fields. Adding photos or different destination URLs in AdStage will automatically create different variants of the ad.

Step 5: Click View All at the top of the ad builder to see all the ads created by adding variants. At this view you can deselect any ads you don't want to include.

Step 6: Once you click Save Ads your ads will be added to your campaign.

Have questions? Feel free to reach out to us at support@adstage.io.

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