Advertiser Profiles

Advertiser profiles help you manage campaigns for multiple websites in a single RollWorks account. Each profile you create generates a unique AdRoll Pixel for you to activate on the corresponding website, and essentially functions as its own RollWorks account.

Your first advertiser profile is generated using the website URL submitted when you signed up.

Create a new advertiser profile

To add, edit, or delete profiles in your account:

  1. Click the Settings gear icon in the left navigation menu.
  2. Click Advertiser Profiles under Company.
  3. Click Add.
  4. Name your profile and enter your website URL.
  5. Choose a country from the drop down menu.
  6. You can choose to use existing billing account or create a new one. 
  7. Click Save.

Switch between advertiser profiles

Once you’ve created your new profile, refresh the page. In the bottom left corner, you'll see the name of the profile that you're viewing. Click on this name and click "All Advertiser Profiles" on the account to pull up a full list, then click on the profile names to toggle between them.  

To view ‘All Advertiser Profiles’, please click on the name of the profile located to the bottom left of the screen and then click on ‘All Advertiser Profiles’


Manage access

Access to specific profiles can be managed through Additional UsersLearn more about managing profiles.  

Advertiser Profile Performance

In order to view top-line metrics across all of the profiles in your account, select the “All Advertiser Profiles” option from your profile menu. This enables you to easily compare performance across each of the sites you manage.

When you log in, you'll land on your most recently visited advertiser profile.

Click on the advertiser profile to open a drop-down list of all advertiser profiles. Remember, each advertiser profile should correspond with a different website and will have its own unique AdRoll Pixel.

Click on any of the profile names below the graph to access metrics specific to that account.

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