Adacado For Account Managers

Make clients happy with dynamic creative

Do you succeed when your clients succeed? Are their wins your wins? You might be like our friend Sarah, an account manager new to the industry, trapped on a call with an exasperating client. If this sounds familiar, click to meet Sarah.

Make clients happy with dynamic creative

Do you succeed when your clients succeed? Are their wins your wins? You might be like our friend Sarah, an account manager new to the industry, trapped on a call with an exasperating client. If this sounds familiar, click to meet Sarah.

make clients happy with dynamic creative

Save time, every time

No more back and forth with designers, clients, mock approvals, etc. Preview campaigns in minutes, communicate more efficiently, and save the back-and-forth for the yearly ping pong tournament.

  • Library of ad themes
  • Auto-generated for all sizes/formats
  • Auto-updated campaign preview link

Go above and beyond

Stagnant results = frustrated clients, so jump-start your campaigns by trying something different. If it doesn’t work, call it quits; but we’ve been doing this for a while – this stuff works.

adacado dynamic creative click through rate, return on advertising spend and post click conversion rate

Commitment-free pricing

Your client isn’t sure about this new-fangled dynamic stuff – so test it out, prove if it works, and stop at any time. It’s like a taster menu at a chic new restaurant, but without the lineup or $40 blue-cheese martini.

  • Pricing starts at $10 US/day
  • No build fees
  • No monthly commitment
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Pricing starts at $10 US/day

with no monthly commitments or cancellation fees.

It’s budget-friendly dynamic creative.

make clients happy with dynamic creative

It’s been a long day. Hell, it’s been a long week. Sarah has been dousing fires non-stop for her new handful of accounts. This whole advertising business is so new to her, and the list of terms she has to learn is overshadowed only by her list of to-dos stacking up on her desk. Thank God for this long-weekend coming up. Her boyfriend texts her “Where do you want to go tonight.” Sarah despises when he asks that. She begins typing “Just make up your mind, and I’ll-

Phone rings - It’s Martin from Martini Martin’s Mixology Supply

Oh God, not now. Why now? Why me? Why HIM?

“Hi! Martin! I’m so glad you called!”“Sarah sweetie, you gotta do me a solid here. Cosmo’s Cocktail Surplus is destroying us in sales right now. Insider know-how says it’s cause they’re using this new fancy dynamic creative thing. If we don’t get some of that, our Boston-shakers are gonna get Boston-shook, if you know what I mean!”

Sarah has no idea what any of that meant, so she trembles through the letters of ‘dynamic creative’ into her search bar, and responds confidently “Martin, of course we can make that work for you. Dynamic Creative is what we do!”

From her search results, she lands on a page called acadaca and sees the header “Ad creative made easy.” Scrolling down, it seems that she can use this platform to make ads for each of Martin’s products, but without having to build each one manually. And something about themes.

“Oh yah, that’s great to hear - cause I was hoping we could get it moving today, you know, like while we’re on the call.”

While we’re on the call? What is this guy nuts? This sort of thing takes days! Weeks!

“No problem Martin, I’m just shooting a message to our media buyer to make sure things are ready to go on their end…” She’s not even sure what a media buyer is yet - she’s stalling for time.

“Yah, so that’s good, that’s good. Hey Sarah, “media” - you know that reminds of this time David Caruso walks into my bar. You know, David Caruso, that funny little guy from Just Shoot Me? Fantastic show. Anyways, so I’m working night shift at Malone’s…

Thankful that Martin has started rambling through that awful David Spade story (Spade was in Just Shoot Me, Caruso definitely was not), she can focus on the task at hand - figuring out what this dynamic creative thing is all about. She scrolls down the page. Ok, so dynamic creative is about showing the right products to the right people. Makes sense. Oh, and there’s something called a campaign builder that takes 5 minutes. Perfect. Sarah knows from experience that this David Spade story takes just over 7 minutes, and culminates with the punchline “That’s not an old-fashioned - that’s my wife!” 

So this dynamic creative thing seems pretty easy, but using these things for the first time always takes forever…

Sarah keeps clicking through the site. This actually doesn’t seem all that complicated. Load in some product data, choose the retargeting options, pick a template; makes sense so far.

“Try for free”. Ok. Why not. Martin is just at the part where David Spade throws his hat onto the horns of the bull-ride. Good. Still have 5 minutes to go.

She clicks try for free and navigates to the sign-up page. Build, preview, and launch a campaign in 5 minutes or less. This had better work.

She checks her email and clicks on the link to confirm her email address. Oh, and there’s a link to a video on how to set up her first campaign. Perfect - Martin in one ear, acadado in the other (however you say it).

She follows the video instructions. Data feed? Uh oh - not sure what that is. The video gets to that right away. It’s just a google spreadsheet of products - perfect. She can export that directly from the Shopify store. Now themes...

“I ain’t never seen action like that on a bull before! You’d swear Caruso’s puny legs was covered in velcro!”

Focus Sarah! Now to choose a theme. What’s the difference between a template and a theme? Doesn’t matter. ‘Action’ - seems fitting. Adtags. What the heck are those? Media buyer? Was that one of Vance’s titles? Slack message to Vance - “SOS!”

Martin is setting up the punchline, it’s now or never. Sarah sees a clickable preview link. She copies it and pastes it into an email to Martin as he’s saying “David, you sure do love them old fashioneds, don’t you?”

He lands the punchline. Ughh. Through a forced laugh she says, “Martin, that’s quite the story… If you wouldn’t mind opening your email inbox, you’ll find a preview for a dynamic creative ad campaign that we could run any time.”

“Dynamic creative? The hell is tha- Woah! Hey look at this! Cosmo, you’s is going down!”

“So what do you think Martin, is this something you’d like to hit go on? I’m not in the office tomorrow, so if yes, we can press-”

“No, no, no. No rush! You don’t want to rush these decisions, you know what I mean? Besides we don’t actually have any inventory right now, we sold it all to Cosmo on wholesale. Listen, I’ll call you back on Monday - but this, this is great. Thanks Margaret!”

Baffled at the events of the past 10 minutes, she puts down her phone, and stares blankly at her laptop screen. Did he just call me Margaret?

Vance hurries in, “Everything ok? I heard you got assigned to “Martini Martin.” That guys a total jerk. Our old account manager Margaret quit because of that guy.”

“Yah, I did. I sure did. But you know what, I think he’s good. Thanks for checking in.”

Vance nods and goes back to his desk. Sarah breathes a sigh of accomplishment. This may have been the most stressful 10 minutes of the week, but wow does that accomplishment feel incredible. She gently closes her laptop and picks up her phone to text her boyfriend back. Erasing what she had written previously, she writes, “Let’s check out Malone’s. I heard from a friend that it’s a good time.”

make clients happy with dynamic creative

It’s been a long day. Hell, it’s been a long week. Sarah has been dousing fires non-stop for her new handful of accounts. This whole advertising business is so new to her, and the list of terms she has to learn is overshadowed only by her list of to-dos stacking up on her desk. Thank God for this long-weekend coming up. Her boyfriend texts her “Where do you want to go tonight.” Sarah despises when he asks that. She begins typing “Just make up your mind, and I’ll-

Phone rings - It’s Martin from Martini Martin’s Mixology Supply

Oh God, not now. Why now? Why me? Why HIM?

“Hi! Martin! I’m so glad you called!”“Sarah sweetie, you gotta do me a solid here. Cosmo’s Cocktail Surplus is destroying us in sales right now. Insider know-how says it’s cause they’re using this new fancy dynamic creative thing. If we don’t get some of that, our Boston-shakers are gonna get Boston-shook, if you know what I mean!”

Sarah has no idea what any of that meant, so she trembles through the letters of ‘dynamic creative’ into her search bar, and responds confidently “Martin, of course we can make that work for you. Dynamic Creative is what we do!”

From her search results, she lands on a page called acadaca and sees the header “Ad creative made easy.” Scrolling down, it seems that she can use this platform to make ads for each of Martin’s products, but without having to build each one manually. And something about themes.

“Oh yah, that’s great to hear - cause I was hoping we could get it moving today, you know, like while we’re on the call.”

While we’re on the call? What is this guy nuts? This sort of thing takes days! Weeks!

“No problem Martin, I’m just shooting a message to our media buyer to make sure things are ready to go on their end…” She’s not even sure what a media buyer is yet - she’s stalling for time.

“Yah, so that’s good, that’s good. Hey Sarah, “media” - you know that reminds of this time David Caruso walks into my bar. You know, David Caruso, that funny little guy from Just Shoot Me? Fantastic show. Anyways, so I’m working night shift at Malone’s…

Thankful that Martin has started rambling through that awful David Spade story (Spade was in Just Shoot Me, Caruso definitely was not), she can focus on the task at hand - figuring out what this dynamic creative thing is all about. She scrolls down the page. Ok, so dynamic creative is about showing the right products to the right people. Makes sense. Oh, and there’s something called a campaign builder that takes 5 minutes. Perfect. Sarah knows from experience that this David Spade story takes just over 7 minutes, and culminates with the punchline “That’s not an old-fashioned - that’s my wife!” 

So this dynamic creative thing seems pretty easy, but using these things for the first time always takes forever…

Sarah keeps clicking through the site. This actually doesn’t seem all that complicated. Load in some product data, choose the retargeting options, pick a template; makes sense so far.

“Try for free”. Ok. Why not. Martin is just at the part where David Spade throws his hat onto the horns of the bull-ride. Good. Still have 5 minutes to go.

She clicks try for free and navigates to the sign-up page. Build, preview, and launch a campaign in 5 minutes or less. This had better work.

She checks her email and clicks on the link to confirm her email address. Oh, and there’s a link to a video on how to set up her first campaign. Perfect - Martin in one ear, acadado in the other (however you say it).

She follows the video instructions. Data feed? Uh oh - not sure what that is. The video gets to that right away. It’s just a google spreadsheet of products - perfect. She can export that directly from the Shopify store. Now themes...

“I ain’t never seen action like that on a bull before! You’d swear Caruso’s puny legs was covered in velcro!”

Focus Sarah! Now to choose a theme. What’s the difference between a template and a theme? Doesn’t matter. ‘Action’ - seems fitting. Adtags. What the heck are those? Media buyer? Was that one of Vance’s titles? Slack message to Vance - “SOS!”

Martin is setting up the punchline, it’s now or never. Sarah sees a clickable preview link. She copies it and pastes it into an email to Martin as he’s saying “David, you sure do love them old fashioneds, don’t you?”

He lands the punchline. Ughh. Through a forced laugh she says, “Martin, that’s quite the story… If you wouldn’t mind opening your email inbox, you’ll find a preview for a dynamic creative ad campaign that we could run any time.”

“Dynamic creative? The hell is tha- Woah! Hey look at this! Cosmo, you’s is going down!”

“So what do you think Martin, is this something you’d like to hit go on? I’m not in the office tomorrow, so if yes, we can press-”

“No, no, no. No rush! You don’t want to rush these decisions, you know what I mean? Besides we don’t actually have any inventory right now, we sold it all to Cosmo on wholesale. Listen, I’ll call you back on Monday - but this, this is great. Thanks Margaret!”

Baffled at the events of the past 10 minutes, she puts down her phone, and stares blankly at her laptop screen. Did he just call me Margaret?

Vance hurries in, “Everything ok? I heard you got assigned to “Martini Martin.” That guys a total jerk. Our old account manager Margaret quit because of that guy.”

“Yah, I did. I sure did. But you know what, I think he’s good. Thanks for checking in.”

Vance nods and goes back to his desk. Sarah breathes a sigh of accomplishment. This may have been the most stressful 10 minutes of the week, but wow does that accomplishment feel incredible. She gently closes her laptop and picks up her phone to text her boyfriend back. Erasing what she had written previously, she writes, “Let’s check out Malone’s. I heard from a friend that it’s a good time.”