ADMINISTRATIVE SETTINGS PAGE HELP FILE
this area you can change your admin login information, set the admin
email, and set many other various settings for the system. Below is a
screenshot of the various settings used. What you see in the image are
general settings that work best with AdSpy Pro. You may however want or
need to experiment with your own settings for your installation.
Here I will cover each
setting in the screenshot above to give you a better understanding of
what each setting can and will do.
User name: This is
where you can change your admin login user name.
Password: This is
where you can change your admin login password.
Admin Email: This
is where you set your admin email address. It needs to be an email that
you will use as the system will send you alerts if there are any
problems with the system to this email address.
Total page links in
pagination: This will set the amount of active links available
in the pagination system. IE... If the system has 25 pages of
information collected the links menu to each of these pages will only
have 10 active links if that is what you have this setting at. You will
still be able to access all the pages as the active linking system will
scroll as needed or required. Setting this to "10" is a good general
Total rows per page:
This will set the amount of rows shown on one page within the
pagination system. Setting this to "50" would be an optimum number.
Please remember that setting this figure to a higher number will just
mean the system will take much longer to load a page to view.
Maximum depth to collect
ads: This setting controls how many pages deep the system will
scan on the google search results pages. IE... On the google and most
other search engines whenever someone types in a searh phrase or term
google will return 10 results per page. On each of these pages google
will present PPC ads down the right hand column. This setting will tell
AdSpy Pro if set to "3" to scan 3 pages deep on the results pages at
google for PPC ads. Please keep in mind a couple of factors here...
-- the higher the number you set here the longer it will take AdSpy Pro
to operate when gathering information.
-- the most profitable ads are generally always going to be on the
first page of the google results.
-- the higher the number you set here the more server or CPU resources
will be required to gather information.
If you are using a "shared hosting" environment for your AdSpy Pro
installation then you should NEVER have more than 250 to 300 keywords
total over all campaigns in the system. Therefore you will have no real
use for using the inbuilt Proxy system. Using proxies is more for those
who will be utilizing a "dedicated server" and hence will be operating
at a higher volume and will need to use proxies.
Use Proxy: You will
need to check this box if you wish to utilize the proxy ip system that
is built into AdSpy Pro. AdSpy Pro comes set with a number of proxies
and you can add more of your own using the "Manage Proxy" link next to
the box that you need to check.
Continue use of a proxy
per cycle: This controls how many times one proxy ip address
will be used when gathering information from the search engines. You
may have to play with this number a bit. There are no hard and fast
rules for what to use.
Proxy timout: This
is how long you will allow the system to give a proxy to function
before moving on to the next proxy in the cycle.
This setting is to turn on or off further features which allow for even
more options when using proxies. Turning this feature on will allow the
rest of the settings below to be utilized when using proxies to gather
Time difference in Two
Rounds: This is the time set between two rounds of gathering
Max keyword tracked per
round/proxy (when using proxies): This will tell the system how
many keywords to use per proxy per round that it gathers information.
Proxy pause time after max
keyword tracked: This will tell the system how long to pause
Once you have set all the settings you wish to use then just click on
the "Update" button to save your setttings.
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