View bidding activity with RTB Breakout

Review your real-time bidding activity and a detailed breakout of your filtered bids using RTB Breakout. This tool displays bid responses that are being filtered and impressions lost due to issues that may be actionable by you.

Client users with access to your Authorized Buyers account can access RTB Breakout. These users see the non-bidder version of this tool, but only have access to data for deals with which they are associated. Learn more about client access permissions.

View RTB activity

  1. Sign in to Authorized Buyers.

  2. Click Troubleshooting and then RTB Breakout.
  3. Select the date range you want to review or view activity under the default Real-time option.
  4. Add filters to narrow the scope of activity you want to view.

Bidding activity automatically updates upon filter or date range selection. Date ranges include today, yesterday, the last 7 days, the last 30 days. The Real-time option allows you to view streaming activity in real-time (default), or select a custom date range.

Filter RTB activity

Filters help narrow the scope of activity you want to view. For instance, you may want to troubleshoot issues with a specific publisher or have issues with a specific creative. Applying filters can retrieve just the information you need.

Available filters:

  • Account: Select an account
  • Creative ID: Enter creative ID
  • Deal ID: Enter deal ID
  • Environment: Choose either web or app
  • Format: Choose from native display, native video, non-native display, and non-native video
  • Platform: Choose from desktop, tablet, and mobile
  • Publisher: Search by publisher name or publisher ID

View real-time bid samples

  1. Sign in to Authorized Buyers.

  2. Click Troubleshooting and then RTB Breakout.
  3. Click Real-Time on the top right of the interface.
  4. You can view bid issues on the RTB Breakout page at a glance, such as:
    • Filtered bids
    • Filtered bid rate
    • Bid requests not sent
    • Bid response errors

Learn more about RTB Breakout data.

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