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My name is Gopi.I want to know the detailed answer for my question.How many campaigns shall we create in one google adwords account?Please clarify my doubt.

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Gopi

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Create and manage more than one campaign

Did you know that an AdWords account can contain as many as 10,000 campaigns (includes active and paused campaigns) per account, 20,000 ad groups per campaign, and 50 text ads per ad group? That's a lot to manage! Fortunately, you can manage your campaigns and ads from just two places in your account. The Ads and Campaigns tabs (both under your main Campaigns tab) are where you can view and edit your campaigns and ads. You can even copy settings from one campaign to multiple campaigns and make new ads based on existing ads.
https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/1722093?hl=en

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Gopi A,

You can create as many as you deem necessary based upon your account needs.

In some accounts I may have 10 campaigns for Search with independent budgets, A campaign for Shopping and a Campaign for Display remarketing.

You can set up as many or as few as you desire.

Creating your ad campaign
https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/1704395?hl=en

Organizing campaigns and ads in your account
https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/1704396

A guide to building successful AdWords campaigns - PDF White Paper
http://static.googleusercontent.com/media/www.google.com/en/us/adwords/pdf/step_by_step.pdf

 

 

Remember, Campaign setting control Ad Scheduling, Location Targeting and Network settings.and much more...

 

Campaign settings can include your budget, network, bidding options and adjustments, location targeting, campaign end date, and other settings that affect an entire campaign. Keep in mind that not all campaign settings are available with every campaign type. Learn more about campaign types and their available features.

General settings

  1. Campaign name: Edit the name of a particular campaign.
  2. Campaign type: Determines which of the settings and options below you'll see as you customize your campaign. Tailors the set-up process to just what's relevant for your goals.
  3. Locations: Target your ads to almost any geographic area. Specify countries, territories, regions, cities, or custom areas where you want your ads to show.
  4. Languages: Target your ads by your customers' language preference. For example, only customers whose Google interface language is Spanish will see ads in a campaign targeted to Spanish.
  5. Networks: Determine where on the Internet your ads will show. Ads can appear on Google's Search Network or Display Network, or both.
  6. Devices: Campaigns target all types of devices by default. Note that if you have a "Display Network only" campaign, you can target specific operating systems, device models, as well as carriers and wireless networks. To see these options, go to the “Devices” section on your Settings tab, and click advanced mobile and tablet options. If you have a different campaign type and would like to use these targeting options, you might consider creating a “Display Network only” campaign.
  7. Bidding option: Choose automatic or manual bidding for ad clicks (Max. CPC). Advanced options let you choose to pay per thousand impressions (CPM bidding) or set a cost-per-acquisition bid (Conversion Optimizer, CPA bidding).
    Tip

    You can increase or decrease your bids to gain more control over when and where your ad is shown bysetting bid adjustments.

  8. Budget: Adjust your campaign's daily budget at any time.
  9. Delivery method: Choose either standard or accelerated delivery for your daily budget to determine how quickly your ads are shown each day if your campaign is limited by budget.

Advanced settings

  1. Ad extensions: Show relevant business information (such as a phone number) with your text ads. Create and manage your ad extensions from the "Ad extensions" tab.
  2. Schedule: Start date, end date, ad scheduling: Specify certain hours or days of the week when you want your AdWords ads to appear. You can also adjust bids for your ads during certain time periods.
  3. Ad delivery: Ad rotation, frequency capping: Your ad rotation selection determines how often we deliver your active ads in relation to one another within an ad group. Frequency capping limits the number of times your ads appear on the Google Display Network to a unique user.
  4. Automatic campaign optimization (Display Network only): By default, your campaign is optimized based on the targeting elements you've selected, such as keywords, audiences, or placements. Select "Auto-optimized" if you'd like Display Campaign Optimizer to find additional conversions for your campaign automatically.
  5. Experiment (BETA): Make experimental changes to your bids, keywords, and ad groups in your campaign. As traffic accumulates on your experiment, statistical differences may emerge. Evaluate and apply changes based on your tests.

 

Hope that helps

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Thank you for your valuable answer sir..But is there any limit for campaigns,ad groups and ads?Because Some where i saw we can create only 25 campaigns,10000 adgroups..please give the answer for this query sir.
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Create and manage more than one campaign

Did you know that an AdWords account can contain as many as 10,000 campaigns (includes active and paused campaigns) per account, 20,000 ad groups per campaign, and 50 text ads per ad group? That's a lot to manage! Fortunately, you can manage your campaigns and ads from just two places in your account. The Ads and Campaigns tabs (both under your main Campaigns tab) are where you can view and edit your campaigns and ads. You can even copy settings from one campaign to multiple campaigns and make new ads based on existing ads.
https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/1722093?hl=en