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can you bid one ad for 1st and second for 2th?

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In my local community a question arrised. Can a Company run bidding for both 1st position and another for second so it nas bothplacements? And is it in line with ad rules?

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Re: can you bid one ad for 1st and second for 2th?

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Simple answer: on the search network: No; (On the display network you could occupy an many ad units as you wish)
To bid on two ad postions, simulatously, the company needs to open another account. (The system will show only one ad per account on a given SERP). But doing so would be a violation of the Policy ("gain unfair advantage")

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Re: can you bid one ad for 1st and second for 2th?

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Thomasz
Simple answer: on the search network: No; (On the display network you could occupy an many ad units as you wish)
To bid on two ad postions, simulatously, the company needs to open another account. (The system will show only one ad per account on a given SERP). But doing so would be a violation of the Policy ("gain unfair advantage")

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