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Can I Remove a Channel from an Active ADXL Campaign?
Can I Remove a Channel from an Active ADXL Campaign?

Learn if you can remove a channel from an active ADXL campaign

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Written by Amy Josephine
Updated over a week ago

Once you have published and activated a campaign in ADXL, it is not possible to remove a channel from that campaign. This is because a campaign in ADXL is a combination of multi-platform ads, and once published, it is connected to various resources as one set of digital assets, making it difficult to remove a certain channel.

What is a Channel - A channel is a platform where your ads are delivered, such as Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, TikTok, Twitter, and Google search and display.

However, there are still some actions you can take if you want to adjust your campaign strategy:

  1. Adjust Budget: If one channel is not performing as well as you would like, you can simply reduce the budget of that channel to allocate more budget to other channels that are performing better.

  2. Create a New Campaign: If you want to remove a channel entirely, you can create a new campaign without that channel. Please note that changes that don't affect ad serving are reflected immediately. All ads will go through the approval process and will be replaced as new ads. In some cases, you won't lose engagement (likes, comments, and shares) from before your ad was edited. If you had any retargeting audiences, be sure to add them to the new campaign as well.

It is important to keep in mind that removing a channel from an active campaign can impact the overall performance of your campaign. Therefore, it's essential to evaluate the performance of each channel before making any changes to your campaign strategy.

If your ADXL campaign fails to submit, you can easily remove a channel before submitting it See How

In summary, once a campaign is published and activated in ADXL, it is not possible to remove a channel from that campaign. However, you can adjust the budget or create a new campaign without the channel to adjust your campaign strategy as needed.

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