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Adding a second account to google merchant

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Hello,

I have signed up for a google merchant. And now I have another one I like to add. Another online store. How can I add it? I tried looking at online for solutions but didnt found. Except for multiclient which im not sure of.

 

Please advice

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the default merchant-center-account allows for only one,

single, domain, to be claimed and advertised, per merchant.

 

a multi-client-merchant-center-account for

multiple domains may be requested here:

https://support.google.com/merchants/answer/188487

https://support.google.com/merchants/contact/account2

 

be certain there are no similar physical inventory items across

the domains and the websites are not cookie-cutter or contain

any similar content within the same target-country to avoid a

suspension from the program.

 

 

Adding a second account to google merchant

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Hello,

Thanks.. Yes they are different. One was a wooden glasses and the other one that I like to add is tshirts designs.

 

Thanks

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first, you're welcome.

 

generally, both the physical inventory

and website content must be unique.

 

as a pure aside, using multiple domains simply to advertise

separate types of items may dilute a brand -- for example,

amazon and walmart sell both glasses and t-shirts under

a single domain.

 

Adding a second account to google merchant

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Yes,

Got it!!!