What is Google AdWords Credit

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Google AdWords Credit: What is Google AdWords Credit?

Google AdWords Credit is money that is credited to an advertiser's AdWords account through a promotional code, also known as a 'voucher' or 'coupon' code.  The credit is provided by Google and offered through their partners (like ourselves) who can then distribute codes to advertisers either through a service offering (such as our Search Ads Setup Service) or unconditionally to those  looking to setup and manage their own AdWords account.

Note there are several types of codes in terms of both monetary value (£75, £120, £150 etc) and usage profile (new AdWords accounts vs. existing accounts).

If you are interested in Google AdWords credit or have a query about obtaining or apply a code to your AdWords account then please Get in Touch.

Related: How to Setup a PPC Campaign in Google AdWords

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