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I have a question. Multiple voucher usage.

Discussion in 'Adwords' started by Monkehx, Sep 4, 2011.

  1. Monkehx

    Monkehx BANNED BANNED

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    I'm new to the PPC industry. And I barely started a business. So I don't have to overpay in Adwords, what would be the best way to save money? I want to buy vouchers but if I already used one on an activated account, I can't use anymore? So what if I just make a new accounts, use a voucher, and put adwords for the same site? The domain I use is important because it's a business website. Will Google ban my website from being used or just the accounts if I am caught? Thanks in advance:pirate:
     
  2. adsterhome

    adsterhome Regular Member

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    You have to use one coupons on each new accounts only. But before do that, you must remove all campaign on old accounts
     
  3. Seo Lover

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    Yup you have to use new account , but i have noticed that you dont need to remove compaigns from older accounts . Just run new compaign from new account .
     
  4. heartdragon

    heartdragon Registered Member

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    Try with different .info domains
     
  5. renta

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    Highly recommend perry marshall's basic adword guide and brad geddes adword guide (search for it on bhw ad get it free). That'd be a better long term strategy than trying to open new accounts.