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Old 11-20-2005   #1
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This is probably a stupid question to the rest of you, but why can't you set your ads to display at certian times of the day? Or can you?

Say I want them to stop runing late at night due to click fraud and other reasons.
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This is probably a stupid question to the rest of you, but why can't you set your ads to display at certian times of the day? Or can you?

Say I want them to stop runing late at night due to click fraud and other reasons.
You need to use a tracking program to set day parting.... the engines do not offer it built in just yet...
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The only major PPC engine I know of that offers time of day/day of week ad display options as part of the standard package is MSN's Adcenter.
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