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Hello Experts,

 

Actually we want to be a  adword partner company, So i checked some other companies.

 

https://www.google.com/partners/?hl=en-US#a_profile;idtf=5391913525;

In this partner URL company mentioned monthly budget is 0, what it means kindly explain me.

 

Plz Also send me process to become a adword partner company.

 

 

Thanks & regards

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Hi Pradeep G,

Everything you need to know about becoming a partner can be found here: https://support.google.com/partners/?hl=en#topic=3110975

The budget on that page you referenced simply means that this particular company has no minimum ad spend requirements to work with clients. Some partners/agencies only work with certain size accounts and one of the methods for determining the "size" of the account is how much of an advertising budget they use/have.

Hope this helps!

-Tommy
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Hi Pradeep G,

Everything you need to know about becoming a partner can be found here: https://support.google.com/partners/?hl=en#topic=3110975

The budget on that page you referenced simply means that this particular company has no minimum ad spend requirements to work with clients. Some partners/agencies only work with certain size accounts and one of the methods for determining the "size" of the account is how much of an advertising budget they use/have.

Hope this helps!

-Tommy
Tommy Sands, AdWords Top Contributor | Community Profile | Twitter | Philly Marketing Labs
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