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Has anyone run non-simultaneous adwords on different emails/accounts that go to same url?

Discussion in 'Adwords' started by txhepoker, Feb 14, 2011.

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  1. txhepoker

    txhepoker Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Has anyone run non-simultaneous adwords on different emails/accounts that go to same url?


    Hello BHW Brothers,

    This is what I did

    1. Created an adword account
    2. Applied voucher and used it up.
    3. Deleted all keywords and ad campaigns.
    4. Deleted adword account

    5. Opened new account under new email.
    6. Repeated steps 1-4 from above.

    I have used the same credit card as it is my understanding that the CC can be used on different accounts especially as some Click compaigns are managed by others.

    I read that google does not allow multiple ad campaigns to be running on the same url. Therefore, I have not nor need to run simultaneous ads to this site.

    I open a new account with a new code, same cc and burn it up in a few days then close. Has anyone followed this blueprint and got the hit with the ban hammer?

    I have only accomplished this a few times but would appreciate your input from those brave souls that blazed the trail before me...

    Thanking you in advance.
     
  2. ElectronicPunks

    ElectronicPunks Newbie

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    Yep you can only run 1 per domain. That's a very easy way to trigger an alert within Google and get flagged for the banhammer.
     
  3. Daniel0cean

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    I tried the method with 3 $75 vouchers on different accounts, different emails and CC for 3 different months and same URL/IP and had no trouble
     
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    rxxpertz Regular Member

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    Too risky to try!
     
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    damnwtf11 Junior Member

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    no risky at all
    i do the same. except the CC.. i do it with another twist.
     
  6. txhepoker

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    And the twist is........ ;)
     
  7. rxxpertz

    rxxpertz Regular Member

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    This is not a feasible approach if you are looking to mantain long term accounts. Deleting accounts and recreating them approach gets you nothing but lands you back on square one. It is profitable for Adwords account sellers though.

    As an affiliate you start working on Quality scores and all again from the scratch. Which means the money that you make from previous campaign gets drained when you start with the new account.

    Adwords system is becoming smarter by the days and you can have mega margins if you have a full standalone system where in your banning chances go down. Its not impossible to have such a system in place if you know the inside outs.