Once you’ve entered into a partnership with a digital marketing agency, whether you’ve signed agreements or agreed to an audit, you’re going to need to provide access to your Google AdWords account. The process is relatively simple if you know what you’re doing, but it’s very easy to get lost.
Here’s how to grant AdWords access to agencies in 3 simple steps:
Step 1: Client Provides Account Access
1- Log in to your Google AdWords account
Step 2: Enable Advertiser's Domain
Click on 'Security Settings' to add 'hazguiwp.com' as a trusted domain.
Step 3: Add User
After enabling the domain 'hazguiwp.com', click on the USERS tab.
Then, click on the + button to Add user. This will be the user/advertiser who will be managing your campaign.
Step 4: Grant account access to 'email@example.com'
Then, click on the + button to Add user. This will be the advertiser (Hazgui WP) who will be managing your campaign.
Add in our email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For a hassle-free experience with our trusted campaign managers, we would recommend providing admin level access. This will enable your campaign managers to make timely changes to your spending limits, sending you your billing information and invoices from Google, and facilitate in adding new users from your team should they want to be kept up to date with the campaigns.
We will receive your invitation to our email and accept the invitation. Thereafter, you will receive an email confirmation from Google as well as a confirmation from your campaign manager that you have successfully completed the granting of access.
And that’s it! You’ve successfully granted a marketing agency access to your AdWords account.