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I don't need an account manager but google has assigned me one.

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For the past few weeks google has been notifying me through automated emails and notifications that I can now get expert help from a dedicated rep since my daily spend is high ($500-$1k). But I'm quite an expert with managing adwords account and have been doing it for years for my clients. Plus I don't want any 3rd person to know/spy my campaigns. I ignored the emails and notifications but now the assigned rep has started emailing and calling me to discuss further. I've ignored those but not sure what next to do. Am I required to seek his help unnecessarily? Plus he said in the email that he'll be managing my adwords account from now on. I never granted anyone access to my account.


I just want to continue on my own without any 3rd person intervention.


Please suggest.




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Re: I don't need an account manager but google has assigned me one.

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The call is likely from your AdWords rep, not the Google Analytics rep. They are very helpful and responsive, so I recommend that you simply answer a call or email with a thank you, and tell them you are fine....or listen to what recommendations they may have.

When they say they will be 'managing' your account, they mean account management as in a sales funnel, not technically managing your AdWords spend or ads.
Mike Sullivan, Google Analytics Top Contributor
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