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Best Practice for Adwords agencies

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Hi all!
I'm going to have to manage several websites through the Adwords and deciding which method works better for my situation.

1. Sign up for one Adwords account for each websites.
2. Sign up for only one Adwords account and then create campaigns and ad groups for each websites.

What are the best practices and pros and cons? It would be great if anyone who is in the similar situation (agencies) can answer my question.

Thanks in advance!

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Hi Nojin,

The ideal solution will be having separate AdWord account for each business/website and manage it all using an AdWords manager (MCC) account. You can ask your clients to create their own AdWords account and then link those accounts to your manager account.

Find more details here - https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/6139186?hl=en

Deepak

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Hi Nojin P
You should create a MCC account, which include all small account (~website)
Here we go: https://www.google.com/adwords/manager-accounts/
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Hi Nojin,

The ideal solution will be having separate AdWord account for each business/website and manage it all using an AdWords manager (MCC) account. You can ask your clients to create their own AdWords account and then link those accounts to your manager account.

Find more details here - https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/6139186?hl=en

Deepak

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Hi Nojin,

If you're planning on getting into AdWords management from an agency perspective, it's vital that you read, understand and follow Google's Third Party Policies.

There is only one answer here, each client has their own account.

https://support.google.com/adwordspolicy/answer/6086450?hl=en

You'll notice there that grouping separate clients into the same account is included here as a prohibited practice.

-Tommy
Tommy Sands, AdWords Top Contributor | Community Profile | Twitter | Philly Marketing Labs
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If you bill them separately, try different accounts.

 

If billed together try one account with different campaigns for different sites.

 

Use a MCC account to manage multiple accounts daisy chained together.

 

Best,

 

Dustin

 

 

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Create campaigns and ad groups for each websites If you are agree than I am permission you.

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talk your payment

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@PPCBossman and @Deepak_V have said it all .  Follow the guidelies  

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why is someone using my info on google with my permission

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come make public