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Google Account Role Confusion

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I have had an adsnse/Adwords/Webmaster Tools/Analytics/Google Local setup for a few years for one of my businesses.

 

Recently Google+ has emerged and has linked personal data to this account.  It has got in between my business facebook pages and business Youtube activity.

 

I do not want my personal name publicised with my business.  I would like to use G+1 on my business websites but my name has to be attached.

 

Also what happens when I sell the business and all of these accounts need to be passed over to the new owner?

 

I am clearly missing some vital point here. 

 

Can anyhone shed some light on how I should handle these problems.

 

Thank You

 

Ralph Price

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Re: Google Account Role Confusion

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https://support.google.com/affiliatenetwork/publisher/answer/138716?hl=en


Using a separate Google Account for your business

We encourage you to maintain separate Google Accounts for personal and business use. We also strongly recommend that you use your work email, not your personal Gmail address, when setting up a Google Account for your business. If you use the same computer to sign in to both your business and personal Google Accounts, always make sure that you're signing in with the correct email address for your business account.

You can only be signed in to one Google Account at a time. For example, if you're signed in to Gmail with your personal Google Account, you won't be able to sign in to your Google Affiliate Network Account with your business Google Account until you sign out of the first Google Account.

If you use the same computer to sign in to both your business and personal Google Accounts, always make sure that you're signing in with the correct email address for your business account (why?).


http://www.wordtracker.com/attachments/google-plus-final.pdf

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https://support.google.com/affiliatenetwork/publisher/answer/138716?hl=en


Using a separate Google Account for your business

We encourage you to maintain separate Google Accounts for personal and business use. We also strongly recommend that you use your work email, not your personal Gmail address, when setting up a Google Account for your business. If you use the same computer to sign in to both your business and personal Google Accounts, always make sure that you're signing in with the correct email address for your business account.

You can only be signed in to one Google Account at a time. For example, if you're signed in to Gmail with your personal Google Account, you won't be able to sign in to your Google Affiliate Network Account with your business Google Account until you sign out of the first Google Account.

If you use the same computer to sign in to both your business and personal Google Accounts, always make sure that you're signing in with the correct email address for your business account (why?).


http://www.wordtracker.com/attachments/google-plus-final.pdf