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Old 02-17-2009   #1
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Multiple Adwords Accounts Exceptions,

If I am selling the same product to two different markets and with two separate landing pages with unique content on two separate subdomains of the same website.

EG. Product A can be sold to both B2B and B2C markets. I have:

B2B.ProductA.com
B2C.ProductA.com

If I am fincially capable, can I have two listings for "Product A" keyword from separate Adwords Accounts. I know that standard Google practice is anti this but I wanted to test the water to see if anyone had got round it.

Essentially, it saves me having to create a new website to sell this product to the market. The only difference being the time, resource and finance necessary to create two separate websites

B2BproductA.com
B2CproductA.com

when this is already covered in the subdomain.

Any tips, gratefully received.
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Old 02-19-2009   #2
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Re: Multiple Adwords Accounts Exceptions,

Hi Gooner1511078,

I notice that no one has jumped in on this for a couple of days now, and to be very straightforward with you, I also hesitate to advise you based on the generalized scenario you describe.

At it's core, the AdWords system is designed to prevent one advertiser from appearing twice on a given search. Now, given the above, whether or not your scenario would be an exception to the rule would best be discovered by contacting AdWords support directly.

I'd suggest writing with a very specific description detailing exactly what you you want to do and why - and asking for their opinion in reply.

Just my $0.02, given the lack of other responses.

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Old 02-25-2009   #3
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Re: Multiple Adwords Accounts Exceptions,

To cut a long story short, don't use multiple Adwords accounts. No good will ever come of this.
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