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Double/Tripple serving Adwords Ads... Help Needed!

Discussion in 'Adwords' started by bestcoder, Jan 5, 2011.

  1. bestcoder

    bestcoder Newbie

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    Hey Blackhatters,

    I'm a Noob on here but in no way a Noob to the internet world and SEO... I've just decided to dive into the dark and mysterious (which also happens to be exciting) world of BHSEO as plain old WHSEO was simply slow and tedious in terms of results... Why they call it 'white hat' is beyond me when it still equates to manipulating the SERPs in a non natural way (although less aggressively, and less automated).

    Before I proceed let me say a big 'Hiiii!' TO ALL of my fellow Blackhatters.


    Onto the subject matter:

    I'm looking to double-serve ads for the same keyword in Google Adwords by creating different Adword accounts, and then point the ads to two different websites. I have started a new business and want to rapidly expand before the SEO kicks in. I am a web developer/designer and have developed 7 websites for the business and want to over time occupy a total of 7 ad spots - and pushing my competition further down the page.

    I have kicked off a vigorous SEO campaign and intend to get all 7 websites ranking on page 1 for my chosen keyword - essentially dominating the UK market for Google searches.


    So my questions are as follows:

    1- Have you implemented a double/tripple serving strategy to dominate your niche, and if so what steps did you take to overcome the obstacles Google has created.

    2- What should I avoid doing whilst creating each Adwords account in order to prevent me from getting banned/busted.

    3- What tools/techniques/suggestions would you recommend in order to not get banned/busted.

    4- Have you been caught, and if so what did you do to get busted whilst attempting to double-serve ads?


    I appreciate any feedback given.

    Once again thanks!
     
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  2. bestcoder

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    Hey any ideas?
     
  3. bestcoder

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    I would appreciate any help on this. Thanks
     
  4. rxxpertz

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    To your questions:-

    1- Have you implemented a double/tripple serving strategy to dominate your niche, and if so what steps did you take to overcome the obstacles Google has created.

    >> It would be best if you hire an Adwords Agency for this, whether local or overseas. I myself manage several accounts for a number of clients who would like to dominate a keyword with multiple accounts seving ads.

    2- What should I avoid doing whilst creating each Adwords account in order to prevent me from getting banned/busted.

    >> Hire an Adwords Agency. Do check with them if in the UK they are allowed to create several accounts

    3- What tools/techniques/suggestions would you recommend in order to not get banned/busted.

    >> Just make sure that all the sites are extremely unique in HTML structure, site copy and use a dynamic IP to access different accounts. Ofcourse you must also clean your cookies etc when you switch between accounts.

    4- Have you been caught, and if so what did you do to get busted whilst attempting to double-serve ads?

    >> Please check this link - http://adwords.google.com/support/aw/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=14179

    It says clearly "Only client managers (such as third parties or search engine marketers) who use a My Client Center account can have multiple AdWords accounts. All associated accounts are required to be linked to the manager's My Client Center account. If you're interested in creating a My Client Center account so you can manage multiple AdWords accounts for other people, you can sign up for the Google Certification Program.

    To protect trust in Google, and to provide a quality experience for our advertisers and our users, the double-serving policy is strictly enforced. Exceptions are granted only in very limited cases. Advertisers seeking an exception to Google's double-serving policy are required to contact AdWords Support."

    Best of luck!
     
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