Microsoft Advertising Performance Max campaigns are currently available in open beta. To join this beta, please contact your account manager or contact support.
Performance Max is an asset-focused campaign type that allows you to easily create and manage your campaigns, optimize ads to reach the right audience at the right time, and drive performance to meet advertising goals—across the entire Microsoft Advertising Network. Rather than manually creating ads one by one, you can save time by adding assets, such as text and images, to your asset groups and let us take care of the rest.
Microsoft AI will determine which assets and audiences are best for your ads based on your campaign and asset group settings. We'll ensure that your ads have optimal asset combinations, capturing the attention of customers who are ready to buy your product or service. For information on creating your Performance Max campaign, please see Create a Performance Max campaign.
No, Performance Max campaigns serve across the search and audience network. Multi-channel management is only available with smart campaigns.What is the learning period for Performance Max campaigns and how long does it take for them to go live?
Performance max campaigns should go live up to ten days after you set them up. The average learning period upon making optimizations and adding new assets should be one to two weeks. If you experience longer periods, escalate to your Microsoft Account team or contact support as soon as possible.Will Netflix inventory be included in Performance Max campaigns?
Not at this time.How do Performance Max campaigns work with third-party tool providers?
There is support for third-party tool providers such as Skai and Adobe, and we're working with additional partners on support. This is coming soon.Do I need to create keywords for my Performance Max campaigns?
You don't need to create and manage keyword lists for Performance Max campaigns, as they don't use keywords. However, you can choose to add negative keywords at the account level with negative keyword lists to help prevent your ad from appearing in response to certain search queries. For more information about negative keyword lists, see How to add keywords that won't trigger my ads (negative keywords).Are website exclusions supported for Performance Max campaigns?
Website exclusions are supported for Performance Max campaigns, except for the following first-party domains:
Note: This only applies to Performance Max campaigns—these first-party domain exclusions will continue to apply to any other campaigns you have set.