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ByPass Initial Adwords Campaign

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I created an adwords account some months ago and began creating my first campaign.  I did not complete that campaign and I quit. No I want to come back and start over with a brand new campaign and access the keyword planner tool but I am unable to access the main menu or get away from my accounts memory of the original uncompleted campaign.  How can I bypass this old campaign or delete it so I can start fresh?

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ByPass Initial Adwords Campaign

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Contact AdWords support and ask them to remove it. This is quite a common situation.

https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/8206

 

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ByPass Initial Adwords Campaign

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Contact AdWords support and ask them to remove it. This is quite a common situation.

https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/8206

 

ByPass Initial Adwords Campaign

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@Divided E, Yes you need to create a campaign and add the billing information, then you can able to use the Keyword Planner.

 

Don't worry Google will not charge you anything for this. You can keep your campaigns in paused state.

Then you can use the keyword planner.

--Rakesh Kumar, AdWords Top Contributor , Twitter | Linkedin | Community Profile
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Thank you for your response.  Part of my issue turned out to be that the ad is set up as a regular type ad and they no longer support regular text.  I had to call per the first answer after all.