When a Search Ads 360 advertiser is added with a different currency than the linked Campaign Manager advertiser, which product sets the currency for that Search Ads 360 advertiser?

Below is the answer and explanation for the question when a search ads 360 advertiser is added with a different currency than the linked campaign manager advertiser, which product sets the currency for that search ads 360 advertiser?

When a Search Ads 360 advertiser is added with a different currency than the linked Campaign Manager advertiser, which product sets the currency for that Search Ads 360 advertiser?

  • Each product uses separate currencies
  • Campaign Manager
  • Display & Video 360
  • Search Ads 360 ✅

correct answer

Search Ads 360 ✅

Explanation

 Search Ads 360 agencies, advertisers, and engine accounts each have their own currency settings. When you view a report in Search Ads 360, monetary values are in the currency of the component you’re scoped to:

  • Agency-level reports are in the agency’s currency: If the advertisers in an agency have different currencies, Search Ads 360 converts them all to the agency’s currency in an agency-level report.
  • Advertiser-level reports are in the advertiser’s currency: If the engine accounts in an advertiser have different currencies, Search Ads 360 converts them all to the advertiser’s currency in an advertiser-level report.
  • Engine account-level reports are in the engine account’s currency: You set this currency in the engine account itself before the first sync into Search Ads 360. After the first sync, any currency changes you make in the engine will be ignored by search ads 360.

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