August 27th, 2012 | Published in Google DoubleClick
We are constantly evaluating our products to make sure that we are investing in tools that create the most value for our customers. Sometimes this requires making some changes...as we will be with DoubleClick Ad Planner. Starting on September 5, 2012, DoubleClick Ad Planner will become a tool dedicated to researching placements across the 2 million sites comprising the Google Display Network. Our goal will be to make this a best-in-class planning product for the GDN. It will also get a new name: the Google Display Network Ad Planner.
In order to maintain the highest level of quality planning data and to invest in new functionality, we will also need to discontinue some existing features. You will start to see, for example, that certain filters and demographic data will no longer be available in Ad Planner.
- Please visit our Ad Planner Help Center for a full list of changes.
- If there is any data or media plans that you will need after this change that will no longer be available, please export and save them before September 5th.
Thanks for your support and understanding as we continue to focus on developing new monetization features for publishers and advertisers.
Posted by Vincent Lacey, Product Manager