Ensure that you never serve another irrelevant advertisement with Amazon Ads
|Type||Description||Supported Sync Modes||API Reference|
|Events||Sync data from any source to Amazon Ads as offline conversion events||Insert||Events docs|
|Audiences||Sync first-party data and third-party data from any source to Amazon Ads DSP audiences||Add||Audiences docs|
For more information about sync modes, refer to the sync modes docs.
Go to the Destinations overview page and click the Add destination button. Select Amazon Ads and click Continue. You can then authenticate Hightouch to Amazon Ads.
For the Authentication method, select Log in to Amazon Ads and log into your Amazon Ads account. Once successful, you will be redirected back to Hightouch to enter an advertiser ID and a descriptive name for your destination to complete setup.
Once you've set up your Amazon Ads destination and have a model to pull data from, you can set up your sync configuration to begin syncing data. Go to the Syncs overview page and click the Add sync button to begin. Then, select the relevant model and the Amazon Ads destination you want to sync to.
Sync data from any source to Amazon Ads as offline conversion events.
You can match rows from your model to events in Amazon Ads on any column in your model and any field in Amazon Ads. Ensure the data types of the model column and Amazon Ads field you select match. Refer to the record matching docs for more information.
Hightouch lets you sync event properties via field mapping.
Sync data from any source to Amazon Ads audiences.
You can sync to first-party data or third-party data based on the type of audience.
- First-party data audience: Sync hashed user data to audiences
- Third-party data audience: Sync external identifiers such as MAIDs and cookie IDs
To match rows from your model to audience in Amazon Ads, you need to select a model column and corresponding Amazon Ads field. For third-party data audiences, you can match on any of the following fields:
- Cookie ID
- Mobile Advertising ID
- External ID
For first-party data audiences, you can match on any of the following fields:
- First name
- Last name
- External ID
By default, Hightouch automatically hashes first-party user data fields before sending requests to Amazon Ads.
You can turn off this behavior in the sync configuration. When off, the data from the model should be appropriately normalized and hashed according to Amazon Ads' hashing requirements.
To date, our customers haven't experienced any errors while using this destination. If you run into any issues, please don't hesitate to . We're here to help.
Hightouch provides complete visibility into the API calls made during each of your sync runs. We recommend reading our article on debugging tips and tricks to learn more.
Hightouch can alert you of sync issues via Slack, PagerDuty, SMS, or email. For details, please visit our article on alerting.