Introducing City Targeting

We've heard that our enterprise clients want to be able to target their offers at specific cities, so we've built them a whole new geotargeting workflow. Not only are we adding city-level geolocation, we are allowing users to find and target specific countries, regions or cities in a single interface. Now you can zero in on the places you want to target with much less ambiguity than ever before. Here's what you can expect.

The View Offer Screen

The Targeting section now shows you the individual countries, regions, and cities you've selected. This gives you a great view of your audience at a glance:


Editing Targeting

The first thing you'll see is the new city-friendly Geotargeting interface. We've noticed the vast majority of targeting focuses on geolocation, so we moved it up top and slid Advanced Targeting to the bottom. Additionally, in order to accommodate cities without creating additional unwieldy dropdown lists, the Geotargeting interface has been completely rebuilt. We now incorporate countries, regions, and cities into a single workflow.


When you see the results of your geolocation search, the granularity of each individual place is listed on the right side of the results. This makes it easier to see at a glance, for example, if you're targeting the country, state, or city of Mexico:


Just start typing the name of the place you want to target into the Geotargeting field, and you will see your suggested places start to appear. The more specific you get, the easier it is to find the place you're looking for. You can use commas to narrow your results down quite a bit. Here's an example:

"san francisco"


"san francisco, usa"


We hope you love this new method of targeting offers. To learn more about the new City Targeting interface, please see our support article on this feature. Please contact your account manager or our support team if you have any questions.

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