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Tool to plan account structure

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Hi everyone

 

What tool do you use to plan a first build or a re-make of a somewhat bigger or more complex account.

Pencil and paper?

Excel?

Photoshop?

 

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Google recently offered a useful insight with a nice video presentation on how to set account structures effectively and organized.

Look up on the "Learn with Google" website.

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LOLLL;

The  sketch / design of the draft account structure, I actually do  using a pencil and a note pad....

Moshe, AdWords Top Contributor , Twitter | Linkedin | Community Profile | Ad-Globe
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Google Docs (spreadsheet), I began to use this as it's always online and I can share a table with more people. Offline files are harder to manage.

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Google recently offered a useful insight with a nice video presentation on how to set account structures effectively and organized.

Look up on the "Learn with Google" website.