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Several Businesses in one adwords account

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Dear forum members, 

I am managing several different businesses adwords' campaigns from my own adwords account (that means with my own Adwords login I have a campaign per business) and I'd like my ads to show location, phone number and zip code in each banner for each company. 

I tried setting up LOCATION extension but that only tries to show MY BUSINESS' address instead of my clients' 

How can I solve this?

Thanks!

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Accepted by topic author Esteban T
April 2017

Several Businesses in one adwords account

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Hi Esteban,

 

You are not operating AdWords correctly. Each business needs to have their own AdWords account and you should have a AdWords Manager Account that organizes & operates them. 

 

There are endless issues with your way of operating AdWords. Campaigns are not designed to work as you are doing. Each business should have their own account ID and each account should be distinct and unique to that specific business only. 

 

Please review Google AdWords Best Practices and begin the work of bringing your AdWords usage into proper action. And review Google AdWords Basics, too.  

 

All the Best,

 

James

 

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Accepted by topic author Esteban T
April 2017

Several Businesses in one adwords account

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Hi Esteban,

 

You are not operating AdWords correctly. Each business needs to have their own AdWords account and you should have a AdWords Manager Account that organizes & operates them. 

 

There are endless issues with your way of operating AdWords. Campaigns are not designed to work as you are doing. Each business should have their own account ID and each account should be distinct and unique to that specific business only. 

 

Please review Google AdWords Best Practices and begin the work of bringing your AdWords usage into proper action. And review Google AdWords Basics, too.  

 

All the Best,

 

James

 

____________________________________________________________
Google My Business & Google Ads Top Contributor
Google Partner | GYBO Agency | Local Guide | My Profile