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Same Account with different campaign for multiple product

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Hi,

 

 

           Its possible to crete multiple campaign with single account for different product and different keywords?

 

 

 

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Re: Same Account with different campaign for multiple product

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Hi sales2, yes, most certainly.  In fact, that's a very common situation.

 

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Re: Same Account with different campaign for multiple product

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Hi,

Thanks for your reply .


I have one more doubt, If I create second "Google Ad words" and create campaign for another product for my company it shows message like your "Google Ad words Billing Accounts has been suspended".


Then we contact "Google Support Team",they said like to create another account.Finally they decided and send mail "You Voilate the Google Policy".



If I use this website url in already going to be live account with different product url with different keywords?

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@sales2;

See my detailed answer to you in the other discussion you opened on the same topic.... (No need to open another one...)

 

https://www.en.adwords-community.com/t5/Ad-Approvals-and-Advertising/Account-suspension-due-to-viola...

 

You had violated the double serving section of the Policy; hence you cannot advertise with Google anymore. (Google's firm policy.)

As said, in that discussion, I am sorry, but  with this type of violation, we cannot be helpful.

Moshe, AdWords Top Contributor , Twitter | Linkedin | Community Profile | Ad-Globe
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