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What is offers users creative content and banners generated by the company's trained Artificial Intelligence. It can be tried free for 7 days, and integrates with Google Accounts, Facebook, and Instagram, as well as Zapier, so that ads can be distributed…

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per month 10 credits

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per month 25 credits

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per month 50 credits

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  • No setup fee
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Starting price (does not include set up fee)

  • $29 per month
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Product Details Integrations

  • Zapier
  • Google Account
  • Facebook
  • Instagram Technical Details

Deployment TypesSoftware as a Service (SaaS), Cloud, or Web-Based
Operating SystemsUnspecified
Mobile ApplicationNo
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Jack Dorney | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized allows us to quickly prototype some advertising and content graphic ideas, and to create basic creative that would be less efficient for a designer to spend time on. It has features to suggest formats and content based on messaging and audience. It also allows us to segment these projects into different client accounts.
  • Generated content
  • Blog post graphics
  • Ad creative
  • Overdesigned interface
  • Limited integrations
For certain advertising account leads or content managers with fewer creative resources, this is a great tool to quickly create simple, branded creative assets, or to prototype, and test ideas. It may not be as useful to a graphic designer or a team that has an established graphical asset creation workflow.
  • Monthly credit allocation to be budgeted
  • Brand/client accounts
  • Experimenting on this platform has saved some ideas from having a longer turnaround time in design
Neels Van Niekerk | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We run Meta and Google Ads for customers and our internal campaigns. We found that testing and optimizing ad creatives present the best leverage opportunities to move the performance needle. But to constantly keep testing ad creatives takes a lot of work (time and cost) if you use the traditional workflow (designers > design tools > review > rework > test > redesign >>>). Even though we are a tiny agency, managing the ad creatives workflow still consumed a big chunk of our work effort.

Then we stumbled upon and from the start, the impact was significant. Now non-designers, like me, can take over the creative process with the help of the built-in AI.

So we have both time and cost-saving benefits since using
  • create lots of targeted ad creatives really fast
  • create different ad formats for the same campaign
  • saves lots of time and money in the ad creative workflow
  • more freedom change the initial ad format inputs (sometimes you dont want all the fields)
  • possibility to fully edit individual ad creatives manually after batch creation
If you run many ad campaigns in parallel (or high budget spend campaigns), you'll need to keep feeding the ad platform with lots of fresh ads to combat ad fatigue. This is where is best suited - it produces lots of targeted ads fast and cheaply.

If you run ad campaigns in a niche that requires very specific messaging and images, you may still be better off designing your ads one by one with human creative input.
  • Create lots of targeted/optimized ad creatives fast and at low cost
  • Before, I included ad creative generation in my overall campaign management workflow.
  • With, I save at least 5 hours of my time per campaign during its initial setup phase and 5 hours of creative regeneration time every week during the management phase of my campaigns.
  • As a result I can take on more customers, improving my revenue.
Media buyer function. This person's main responsibility is to set up and manage the campaigns we run for ciour customers or our internal campaigns.
  • Create initial ad creatives batch to launch a new campaign
  • Refresh ad creatives during campaign management phase
  • Adding a new test strategy to a current campaign
  • Brainstorm new ideas for a current campaign
  • Expand our ads into new ad platforms that we do not current use, because of the low added overhead of the creative process.
It saves our organization a lot of time and money.
Jay Miller | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Did you create an ad created that scale fast for new emerging campaigns for a number of clients and it was a pain point because the clients could never give us what we needed? AdCreative really allows us to be able to scale it without relying on manual development from Canva.
  • Image + text placement
  • Image discovery
  • Creative at scale
  • Optimal layouts of the designs are still not 100% yet.
  • Text optimization still not there yet (GPT)
  • UX could be easier
It's very well suited for Instagram stories and LinkedIn posts but it does not handle Google display or any display. We're still having to rely on RelayThat for that.
  • Quick image creation for creatives
  • Brand portfolios
  • Negative because we've had to spend more time editing the files than we thought. It was better to stick with Canva in most cases.
It's missing a lot of sizes and a lot of the "AI".
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