billing threshold

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01:02 Mar 20, 2020
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Marketing - Marketing / Market Research
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English term or phrase: billing threshold
Definition from Microsoft:
When met, the billing threshold is a set amount that triggers billing for advertising costs.

Example sentence(s):
  • If your ads aren’t delivering or spending up to the daily budget, try to increase the billing threshold. Medium
  • The amount you're charged may be slightly more than the threshold if your account accrues costs very quickly. You can be charged multiple times a month if your account reaches your billing threshold repeatedly over that time. Google Ads
  • Again, like I said, this is often referred to as your spending limit, but the true term for it is your billing threshold. Facebook starts you off with a very low threshold, and over time as you make payments they keep increasing it, up into the tens of thousands. In fact, I have friends who have accounts with billing thresholds as high as $100,000, meaning that they can spend $100,000 on Facebook ads before they even see a bill. New Tip Today
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4norēķinu slieksnis
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norēķinu slieksnis

Definition from Google:
Maksa tiek iekasēta ikreiz, kad kontā tiek uzkrāta konkrēta izmaksu summa.

Example sentence(s):
  • Pieņemsim, ka jūsu norēķinu slieksnis ir 500 ASV dolāru un esat uzkrājis reklamēšanas izmaksas 400 ASV dolāru apmērā. - Google  
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