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Max number of email-only users per account?

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Hi

 

I have an MCC account using which I run adwords campaign for a client. For sending daily email reports I wish to give email only access to a number of people at the client side.

 

I wanted to know what is the maximum number of email-only users that can be added to an adwords account.

 

Thanks for the answer in advance!

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Hello;

I am not aware that there is a limit to the number of emails you can send. (Well... If you use the API there might be a limit, or the email server might trigger a spamming activity, but this is irrelevant to AdWords).

 

Anyway, a practical advice: send your client a weekly basic report. Do not "overload" / "flood" your client with too much data.

The same famous rule (also) applies to your question: you can conclude from 20% of the data, about 80% of campaign's performance.

 

-Moshe

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Hello;

I am not aware that there is a limit to the number of emails you can send. (Well... If you use the API there might be a limit, or the email server might trigger a spamming activity, but this is irrelevant to AdWords).

 

Anyway, a practical advice: send your client a weekly basic report. Do not "overload" / "flood" your client with too much data.

The same famous rule (also) applies to your question: you can conclude from 20% of the data, about 80% of campaign's performance.

 

-Moshe

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