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Google Grants - Two Campaigns Running

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My client has been approved for a Google grant. This client has two different non-profits under the same umbrella. Can I run two campaigns with the grant? One for one part of the business and one for another. All landing pages will be under the same domain so I am in compliance with that. I am wondering if I can run two separate campaigns because I need different budgets and geographic locations and can not make it a separate ad group. 

 

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Don

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Google Grants - Two Campaigns Running

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Hi Don,

 

Thanks for reaching out. 

 

All Google Ad Grants accounts are limited to a monthly budget of $10,000 USD, which comes out to a daily budget of $329 USD. If you have multiple campaigns, the budget for the account is still $329 USD per day, and you should split this budget between the campaigns. You can split the budget equally or give a larger budget to campaigns that are more important for your goals.

 

Note: To maintain your eligibility for Google Ad Grants, your organization must comply with our guidelines here

 

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Hi Don,

 

Thanks for reaching out. 

 

All Google Ad Grants accounts are limited to a monthly budget of $10,000 USD, which comes out to a daily budget of $329 USD. If you have multiple campaigns, the budget for the account is still $329 USD per day, and you should split this budget between the campaigns. You can split the budget equally or give a larger budget to campaigns that are more important for your goals.

 

Note: To maintain your eligibility for Google Ad Grants, your organization must comply with our guidelines here