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Creating another Adwords account for my company?

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Hello,

 

I have a "personal" Adwords account which I use to promote my own websites and projects. I'm now working for a startup company and I'd like to create an Adwords account for them (they're still small so I'm using my own laptop). Is there a problem with this?

 

Running their campaigns on my personal account would be very inconvenient because I'm gonna be billed for that, additionally if anyone else in the company needs access to the account they'll see my personal campaigns as well.

 

What's the best course of action in this case?

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Its good Idea to create a separate AdWords account for different clients/business, as it will help you to manage the Billing and Account Access to other Person.

if you have two client and both are in same business, and running AdWords campaign for both (Both have same set of keywords as business is same and targeted in same location) from one account, only ONE ads can appear at a time.

So to avoid creating such situation you can create one MCC account under this you can run multiple account for different clients.
--Rakesh Kumar, AdWords Top Contributor , Twitter | Linkedin | Community Profile
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Hello, Akkari,

 

This is really easy: all you need is a separate e-mail address, and here you go, simply create a new AdWords account and let the new client enter their billing information. If they want, they can have the account for themselves and add you as a manager.

What I'd suggest you (if you're going to use those 2 accounts), is create a My Client Center account so that you could have everything in one place without having to log in with different e-mails each time.

 

Hope this helps!

 

Milda Prušinskaitė

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Its good Idea to create a separate AdWords account for different clients/business, as it will help you to manage the Billing and Account Access to other Person.

if you have two client and both are in same business, and running AdWords campaign for both (Both have same set of keywords as business is same and targeted in same location) from one account, only ONE ads can appear at a time.

So to avoid creating such situation you can create one MCC account under this you can run multiple account for different clients.
--Rakesh Kumar, AdWords Top Contributor , Twitter | Linkedin | Community Profile
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Hello, Akkari,

 

This is really easy: all you need is a separate e-mail address, and here you go, simply create a new AdWords account and let the new client enter their billing information. If they want, they can have the account for themselves and add you as a manager.

What I'd suggest you (if you're going to use those 2 accounts), is create a My Client Center account so that you could have everything in one place without having to log in with different e-mails each time.

 

Hope this helps!

 

Milda Prušinskaitė