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Second adword account for different business

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 Hello,

 

How can i create a second Adwords account in the same Google account. I have two separate business and i need to manage them separately.

 

Thank you.

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Re: Second adword account for different business

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Hi Tiganas, 

 

You can for sure have two separate accounts managed separately. You just need to use a different email address to create the new account. Open up adwords.google.com and click get started now using a different email address to the one you already use on your other account. 

 

Once you have done this, you could create an MCC to have one central account/log-in to access both accounts. Bear in mind that your MCC would need to have another new email address that isn't used on either of your AdWords accounts. 

 

Let us know if you get stuck with this. 

Hannah

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Re: Second adword account for different business

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Google Employee

Hi Tiganas, 

 

You can for sure have two separate accounts managed separately. You just need to use a different email address to create the new account. Open up adwords.google.com and click get started now using a different email address to the one you already use on your other account. 

 

Once you have done this, you could create an MCC to have one central account/log-in to access both accounts. Bear in mind that your MCC would need to have another new email address that isn't used on either of your AdWords accounts. 

 

Let us know if you get stuck with this. 

Hannah

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Just a quick addition:  make sure that the other business is "different" as defined by the "double serving". Otherwise you might be violating the Policy;
https://support.google.com/adwordspolicy/answer/2600168?hl=en

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