Your Invoca account is separated into a hierarchy of account types — including the Network level, which has full visibility across the whole Invoca account, and the Advertiser level, which is used to manage and segment campaigns.
Normally, an Advertiser-level Invoca user has the ability to create and edit campaigns. However, you can turn off these privileges — and make a few other changes to how that Advertiser’s campaigns work — by marking the Advertiser as “Network Managed.”
Here are a few situations in which your Network-level account might want to make a Network Managed Advertiser:
Network users manage the campaigns, approve publishers on behalf of Network Managed Advertisers, and may take a margin on the payout. Network Managed Advertisers can see their pay-in to a network, but not the payout to publishers.
If you haven’t created the Advertiser you’d like to manage, follow our guide Create a new Advertiser or Profile. Then, follow the steps below to set it as Network Managed:
Once you’ve set an Advertiser to Network Managed, you should be aware of the following ways your campaigns will change: