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Hi, how to supply client with Adwords account

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Hi, my colleague used to deal with this but he left the company rather quickly - help!

 

We are undertaking some SEO for a client and he's asked about Google Adwords to help him get up the rankings.

How do we go about doing this for him? Do we set it up, pay you and get him to pay us? Do I recall my colleague saying that there was some sort of voucher whereby we could get some free ads..?

 

I would really appreciate a speedy response to these questions as i would like to sort him out as soon as possible.

 

Thanks & best regards,

 

Peter Williams

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Hi Peter,

 

Welcome to the Community!

 

First, I would kindly suggest that you tell your client that Advertising has zero impact on Organic rankings.  SEM and SEO are two very different concepts and have no correlation.  You cannot pay to improve your organic rankings.

 

If you are part of an agency and plan to offer AdWords Services to multiple clients, you should definitely take a look at having an MCC account.  This will allow you to manage multiple accounts with a single login.

 

Billing is up to you, however I would warn you that your client should only pay for charges incurred by clicks plus management fees (whatever you have worked out in your agreement).  There are policies in place for 3rd party agencies. 

 

Please be cautious and learn as much as possible before getting in too deep.  This system is not as simple as most people may think and from the sounds of it, you're just getting started.


If you have any further/follow up questions, please don't hesitate to ask.

 

-Tom

 

 

Tommy Sands, AdWords Top Contributor | Community Profile | Twitter | Philly Marketing Labs
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Hi Peter,

 

Welcome to the Community!

 

First, I would kindly suggest that you tell your client that Advertising has zero impact on Organic rankings.  SEM and SEO are two very different concepts and have no correlation.  You cannot pay to improve your organic rankings.

 

If you are part of an agency and plan to offer AdWords Services to multiple clients, you should definitely take a look at having an MCC account.  This will allow you to manage multiple accounts with a single login.

 

Billing is up to you, however I would warn you that your client should only pay for charges incurred by clicks plus management fees (whatever you have worked out in your agreement).  There are policies in place for 3rd party agencies. 

 

Please be cautious and learn as much as possible before getting in too deep.  This system is not as simple as most people may think and from the sounds of it, you're just getting started.


If you have any further/follow up questions, please don't hesitate to ask.

 

-Tom

 

 

Tommy Sands, AdWords Top Contributor | Community Profile | Twitter | Philly Marketing Labs
Did you find any helpful responses or answers to your query? If yes, please mark it as the ‘Best Answer.’