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How to Duplicate a Campaign in ADXL
How to Duplicate a Campaign in ADXL

Duplicate campaigns with ease in ADXL

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Written by Amy Josephine
Updated over a week ago

Duplicating a campaign in ADXL can save you time and effort in creating new campaigns across multiple channels. Once you duplicate a campaign, you can edit it as needed, change the campaign type, add or remove assets, and add or remove channels.

Here's how to duplicate a campaign in ADXL:

  • Log in to ADXL and navigate to the campaign tab.

  • Find the campaign you want to duplicate in the campaign list.

  • In the campaign list, on the right-hand side, find the three dots and click on them.

  • In the drop-down menu, select "duplicate."

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  • Provide a name for the duplicated campaign and click "start."


  • Go into the campaign details page.

  • On the left-hand side, find the gear icon and click on it.

  • In the drop-down menu, select "duplicate."

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  • Give the campaign a name and click "view new campaign."

Once you duplicate a campaign, all the following will be duplicated.

  • Campaign details, such as the campaign type, campaign goal, and campaign assets

  • Product and service details

  • Conversion tracking, including the conversion outcome and the conversion path details

  • Audience, including keywords and advanced targeting settings

  • Ad copies, including AI-generated ad copies, custom ad copies, images, videos, logos, or YouTube videos

However, the following will not be duplicated.

  • Campaign channels, such as Facebook, Instagram, Google, TikTok, or the delivery type

  • Budget, which will need to be adjusted based on the settings of the campaign before publishing.

Therefore, you will have to add campaign channels for each duplicated campaign, as well as adjust the budget before publishing.

Duplicating campaigns in ADXL is easy and efficient, giving you more time to focus on optimizing your campaigns for better performance and results.

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