It’s very likely you are currently wasting some of your monthly Adwords budget. I know it sucks, but you’re not alone. Typically I have found this is commonly due to issues relating to your account set-up, management and optimisation. Therefore it makes sense to have your Adwords account audited. An Adwords expert will be able to review your account and show you proven ways to improve your Google Adwords ROI. This is something I do on a weekly basis for businesses like you.
In order to audit your Google Adwords account I need access to it. To do this I don’t actually need your login details. As a Google Partner I can access your account via my special Adwords My Client Center (MCC) account. I simply need your customer ID number to get started.
Please follow these 5 steps in order to give me your Google Adwords customer ID number and as a result give me access to your account.
1. Login To Google Adwords
Login to your Adwords account at http://adwords.google.com
Locate your customer ID number in the top right corner next to the small cog icon.
It will be a 10 digit number in this format : 123-456-7890
2. Email Your Adwords Customer ID Number To Me
Copy your customer ID number and email it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
3. Wait 5 Minutes While I Request Access To Your Account
Once I have your Adwords Customer ID number I will use my MCC account to request access to your account. I will notify you via email when I have done this.
4. Log Back Into Your Adwords account And Go To Your Account Settings
On receipt of my email, log back into Your Adwords account and click on the cog icon and then click on “Account Settings”.
5. Accept My Request To Access Your Google Adwords Account
Click on “Account Access” in the left hand sidebar and then click on “Accept Request”.
A popup will appear asking you to confirm your decision to give me access to your Adwords interface and API access. To do this click OK.
Clicking OK gives me Client Manager access to your account. I can now review your account within my MCC. You have successfully shared your Adwords account with me.
Note it will now say “User interface and API” under the heading “Access Type” in the “Client Managers” section.
6. Wait 3 Days Whilst I Audit Your Adwords Account
Having audited your account, and discussed my recommendations you can simply cancel access by clicking on “Actions” and then clicking on “Terminate Access”.
Please email if you have any further questions about these 6 steps to auditing your Google Adwords account.