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Company with Multiple Businesses

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I work for a local real estate company that is opening up an apartment complex. I want to be able to create a my business page for both the company and the complex. Will I have to create google accounts for each of these or would I have to use my personal Google account since the company has its own email system that isn't Google? 

 

Also, if I decide to use AdWords would I have to create two separate AdWords accounts for each business even if they're from the same branch (i.e for the real estate company and the apt complex)?

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June 2016

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Hi Veronica,

I can only answer the query associated with AdWords account. The answer is this: One AdWords account will be sufficient for your purposes. The creation of at least 2 separate ad campaigns (one for the company and one for the complex) will, however, be advisable. (I am assuming that the same entity will be covering the advertising costs.)

 

This is a rough "initial" hierarchy:

 

     Account  >>>   Campaigns   >>> Ad Groups   >>>  (ad copies + keywords)



Best,
Lakatos

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Hi Veronica,

I can only answer the query associated with AdWords account. The answer is this: One AdWords account will be sufficient for your purposes. The creation of at least 2 separate ad campaigns (one for the company and one for the complex) will, however, be advisable. (I am assuming that the same entity will be covering the advertising costs.)

 

This is a rough "initial" hierarchy:

 

     Account  >>>   Campaigns   >>> Ad Groups   >>>  (ad copies + keywords)



Best,
Lakatos