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Hello Friends,

 

I have two questions to ask any expert please answer my questions.

Question No 1. Can i use same keywords and ads in two different different account?

Question No 2. What is repeat contain voilance policy, and how to avoid this?

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July

Regarding Account Suspension

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Hi Arman,

 

Q1. Different businesses can have the same keywords and ads in their accounts. Individual businesses shouldn't have more than one account unless there is a genuine reason, like different departments with different products and websites need separate billing. 

 

Q2. Accounts suspended for repeated violations are suspended permanently. There is no way to fix this. Common reasons include running multiple accounts.

 

If you have multiple accounts promoting the same thing, so you can have multiple ads showing at the same time, that is a bad user experience for searchers, and unfair on competitors. Google does everything they can to stop this.

 

 

 

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July

Regarding Account Suspension

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Hi Arman,

 

Q1. Different businesses can have the same keywords and ads in their accounts. Individual businesses shouldn't have more than one account unless there is a genuine reason, like different departments with different products and websites need separate billing. 

 

Q2. Accounts suspended for repeated violations are suspended permanently. There is no way to fix this. Common reasons include running multiple accounts.

 

If you have multiple accounts promoting the same thing, so you can have multiple ads showing at the same time, that is a bad user experience for searchers, and unfair on competitors. Google does everything they can to stop this.