Most of our strategies will vary on how profitable the seller needs to be and then how much our budget is suspend. So the way we work is we actually let the, um the client 100% dictates whatever budget were we have allotted. And so depending on how big that budget is, and then depending on how they risk averse they are, that will determine on how wide we're going to go with the advertising. So we're going super wide. If we are just nailing every single thing we wanna make sure every single bases covered and we are everywhere. Um, then, yes, I am definitely going onto the entirety of page one. Probably page two. Um, every single keyword I confined and just scraping every single one of those ASINs, and I'm going to target them. Um, now, one other thing would be so depending on how you know how absolutely gung ho we need to be out of the gate, we might set high bids on those or ah, good strategy, especially this time of year when people are browsing is just to take all your top competition like that and just put little bits. Um, you may get impressions. You may not, but you're not going to pay a lot for those clicks versus, you know, if I'm talking hundreds of ASINs and I have a dollar bit on every single one of those that gets expensive really fast, um so determining you know how much you can spend and then also how competitive you are for the market. For instance, The amount of star rating. You have, um, that's gonna if you have absolutely no stars and you show up underneath competition that's got full five stars and their prices lower than yours. Most likely, you're not going to do very well that placements. You don't wanna pay a lot for that. and sojust bringing logic into it as well.
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