Can I Hire An Adwords Firm To Advertise My Site?

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Well, I have lost about 2 adwords accounts now, and was wondering if it was possible to hire an independent firm/agency that can advertise my sites under their accounts. Since said firm should be a specialist, I would assume they would inform me of any changes/modifications I would need to make to my site to make it conform to the adwords policys, as I feel you almost need to be a stanford law grad to understand their terms and conditions.

Do these firms exist, and if so, does anyone know of any reputable ones?
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  • Profile picture of the author Lucid
    There's many firms, mostly small, one-man operations for the most part, many of us in this forum, that will manage your campaigns for you. But to use their own account, I don't think you'll find too many of those. I certainly would not.
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    • Profile picture of the author iAmNameLess
      Originally Posted by Lucid View Post

      There's many firms, mostly small, one-man operations for the most part, many of us in this forum, that will manage your campaigns for you. But to use their own account, I don't think you'll find too many of those. I certainly would not.
      And that is the reason you shouldn't be picked.

      We run campaigns for clients all the time, on our own accounts. Why on earth would someone use somebody that isn't confident enough to use their own account for this?
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      • Profile picture of the author SEO Pandit
        Yes.Hiring PPC Guy to advertise your site is much better.people who are having very deep knowledge on ppc will help you for website promotion.
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      • Profile picture of the author Lucid
        Originally Posted by theseoguys View Post

        There are many firms that run multiple accounts and google is aware of that. They are called MCC's (Master Client Centre) if I remember correctly. Any legit Adwords account manager is not going to be afraid to run a campaign on your behalf. Expect to pay up to 25% of your budget for them to do this.
        It's called a My Client Center actually. This is simply a special account which can link many different accounts into one for making management easier. This does not mean that the MCC owner is the one paying the bills. Each account still stands on its own and the owner's credit card is charged, not the MCC account's owner unless he's willing to use his own credit card.


        Originally Posted by iAmNameLess View Post

        And that is the reason you shouldn't be picked. We run campaigns for clients all the time, on our own accounts. Why on earth would someone use somebody that isn't confident enough to use their own account for this?
        Simply a risk I'm not willing to take and there's no reason to do it from my account. I'll gladly manage your account however.
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      • Profile picture of the author rvrabel2002
        Originally Posted by iAmNameLess View Post

        And that is the reason you shouldn't be picked.

        We run campaigns for clients all the time, on our own accounts. Why on earth would someone use somebody that isn't confident enough to use their own account for this?
        This is completely accurate, Lucid. There is no reason that a professionally run adwords ppc firm would be afraid of losing their account by advertising one of their clients services.

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  • Profile picture of the author Jordan Kovats
    There are many firms that run multiple accounts and google is aware of that. They are called MCC's (Master Client Centre) if I remember correctly. Any legit Adwords account manager is not going to be afraid to run a campaign on your behalf. Expect to pay up to 25% of your budget for them to do this.
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