Discussion in 'Adwords' started by eyashwant, Jun 8, 2009.
Single Credit card on Multiple Adwords account
Is it a problem in google TOS?
I don't think so dude, i was using my friends card on my account while he was using it on his account for about one month till i got my card, there weren't any problems.
Hope it helps.
But many are saying we wont get any impressions if we do it like that
Many experienced ones said me.
More over some says it is no wrong
I am confused
I have many coupons, so i want to have all 10 - 20 accounts with one CC, my customers too
Is there any problem
Any one who knows it
I will be using coupons!
In response to the thread starters original question - NO PROBLEM. Google has a keyword limit of 55,000 words per account -
they advise you to open a new account when you exceed this amount.
The next account is in the same name, just wth a different email address (a GMAIL account suffices perfectly)
I have currently 6 google accounts - ALL on the same gold card - as long as I keep paying my bills they are quite happy - its only when your bank makes a mistake, or a payment goes awry that they contact you and have a problem -
If there is one thing I have learned - NEVER EVER PISS GOOGLE OFF - or ALL of your accounts get shut and you will not be able to open any more in anybody elses name. - A REAL good read from a google adwords certified expert, Steven Holdaway (google him - its interesting) is G money Pro - he lays out everything acceptable - and not acceptable to google VERY clearly
- here is what I found
Google's advertising policies are very strict. They will notify you via email and/or
by a message in your account whenever there is something wrong with your
account or your advertisements. If you do not fix what they notify you about, then
you may become banned by Google. Don't expect this to be a temporary ban
either. If Google decides to ban your account they will not accept any of your
payments from any credit card you enter. Each time you use a different credit card
in a banned account, that credit card will also be declined by Google AdWords. If
you ever use that credit card to pay for another AdWords bill, even if it is in an
active account, that AdWords account will also become banned. If you ever do
become banned, you will not be able to receive traffic to your advertisements, and
you will need to call Google to get it fixed.
Google will bill you for all the clicks you received once every thirty days. They may
bill you sooner depending on your Google Credit Limit. This credit limit depends
on your account's history and the limit can be anywhere from $50 - $500 max.
Although they say your credit limit can't be more than $500, I have had a few
charges above $2000. Also, unlike other pay per click search engines, Google will
never bill you in advance. If you spend large amount of money every day, Google
will usually charge you $500 multiple times.
Google also has a feature which will allow you to enter more than one credit card
incase one of your credit cards cannot pay the bill for your advertisements. I would
strongly recommend doing this, especially if you rarely check your Google
Here's the pdf
Hope this helps
why would this be against their rules, aslong as YOU pay them and you are playing whitehat they should love you till the grave
Where can I get that manual. Can you get it for me. More over then if I can use, I will explain in more detail. I have many hosting coupons and I keep getting them as I purchase more hosting. So 1 hosting coupon of one account. When the money of 50$ is over I will close the account or leave it to die. Then I will go in for another account. I will be doing this. I will also use 1 main account where I may spend from my credit card after a year or so may be. Is it ok in this situation as I open 10s and 100s of accounts with one CC over a period of 6 months to 1 year and more. May be 5-6 for this month.
Tell me your final word my friend...
Why would you do that... just concentrate of making money with one account and once you have reached kw limits open second one...
You will just lose a lot of your time and even get black listed in a process.
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