This raises a question that occurred to me just a bit ago:
Say you start Campaign A:
- My base country
- Duration 3 months
Then at the end of it's run say you start Campaign B, an identical campaign (same options). Does the cost remain the same, or is there inflation/changes applied to the price of the same campaign options?
If the later is the case I think this is a worthwhile feature to have. Say you may want a campaign to run only 6 months as an experiment, then come to find out it worked gangbusters and you want to continue it. With the option to renew you could simply rollover the campaign for another six months with no modifications to options allowed and price remaining same. If someone were to keep doing this over and over, I don't see any real advantage to doing this vs permanent campaign. Other than the fact that you could avoid ever canceling a permanent campaign if you wanted to make changes. Maybe that's why it's currently setup that way?