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can i run my business in both adwords express and adwords?

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I there any drawback if i run my business in both adwords express and adwords?

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Hi Ranjit,

No doubt, you can start your business both with Adwords & Adwords express.


Thanks
Ankit Kapoor.

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Adwords & Adwords Express are two separate tools for advertising. You can go ahead and start your business.

 

Check the below links for more info about Adwords & Adwords express.

 

https://support.google.com/adwords/express/answer/1059045?hl=en&ref_topic=4490002

https://support.google.com/adwords/express/answer/1689628

 

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Best of Luck!!

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Hi Ranjit,

As Ankit points out, you can definitely use AdWords and AdWords Express at the same time. However, I'm not sure if it makes much sense long term to use both. AdWords Express is designed to be a simple platform for those who are willing to trade the control and sophistication the regular AdWords interface provides for less complexity. It might be worth giving both a try to see which you prefer and which works better for your business. But if you're willing to put in the time needed to manage a regular AdWords account, you'll likely find that you prefer that route over AdWords Express.

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Meg is correct;
Though I'm not  sure if both Adwords and AWEX are allowed  simultaneously  by the same business entity; there is no point, practically, to do so. AW is much more advanced than AWEX. So, why would you like to do that?

 

Note, if the intent is to target the same domain using these two products- this would be a violation of the double serving.

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Hi Moshe thanks for your suggestion. why i want to run both(AWEX,AW) accounts because
when i search in google maps ads are displaying of my related business but not my business ads i came to know that by running through AWEX my ads will be displayed in google maps search is that right?

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@ranjitkumar;
You could, actually,  do that also on Adwords, if you set up  location extensions;


Read more:

Showing your ads on Google Maps

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Hi Ranjit,

Here's how to add location extensions in your campaign:

https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/2404182

Do bear in mind the pricing policy for ads displayed on Maps:

For ads on Maps, you’ll be charged a standard cost-per-click (CPC) for these types of clicks:

Headline clicks
Sitelinks clicks
Get location detail clicks
Get direction clicks
Mobile clicks-to-call clicks

AdWords records “get location details” clicks when people click to expand ads with location extensions (in the desktop version of Maps), or if they swipe upward or tap on the Maps ad in Google Maps for Mobile.

You’ll be charged a maximum of two clicks per impression. If someone clicks on your on-map ad, for example (a “get location details” click), then clicks on the directions button (a “get direction” click), then clicks on your ad headline (a “headline” click), you won’t be charged for the “headline” click.

Cheers,
Vineesh..