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This type defines the fields needed to create a quick setup priority strategy campaign. To create a quick setup campaign, a seller must specify the name, start date, and marketplace of the campaign. The seller must also specify the listing Ids of the items they want associated with the campaign.

Types that use QuickSetupRequest

Not used by any types.

Call that uses QuickSetupRequest


The allocated daily budget for a Promoted Listings campaign that uses the Cost Per Click (CPC) funding model.
The seller-defined name for the campaign. This value must be unique for the seller.

You can use any alphanumeric characters in the name, except for the less than (<) and greater than (>) characters.

Max Length: 80 characters
The date and time the campaign is scheduled to end, in UTC format (yyyy-MM-ddThh:mm:ss.sssZ).

If this field is omitted, the campaign will have no defined end date, and will not end until the seller ends the campaign using the endCampaign method, or if they update the campaign to include an end date using the updateCampaignIdentification method. This date must be further in the future than the startDate.
array of string
This array includes the listing Ids of the items that are to be associated with the priority strategy campaign. eBay will create ad groups and keywords for these listings and add them to the campaign.

Each value must be delimited by a comma. A maximum of 1000 listing Ids can be added to a campaign created using the setupQuickCampaign method.
The Id of the marketplace where the campaign is hosted. See the MarkeplaceIdEnum type for more details.
The date and time the campaign is scheduled to start, in UTC format (yyyy-MM-ddThh:mm:ss.sssZ).

On the specified date, the service derives the keywords for each listing in the campaign, creates an ad for each listing, and associates each new ad with the campaign. The campaign starts once this process is completed. The amount of time it takes the service to start the campaign depends on the number of listings in the campaign.

Note: If the startDate has passed by the time the seller launches a campaign, the campaign will be updated to RUNNING status. If the seller launches a campaign before the startDate, the campaign will be updated to SCHEDULED status and will change to RUNNING status at the time of the specified startDate.

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