In this step-by-step tutorial, I show you how to map the Google MCC credit line with the Google Ads client payment profile. By doing this, you’ll better understand where your ad budgets are being spent and make more informed decisions about where to place your ads.
If you’re looking to link your client payment profiles to Google Ads, then read this whole tutorial By following along, you’ll be able to create a mapping system that will help you better understand your client’s spending habits. Plus, this tutorial is easy to follow, so you’ll be able to get started right away!
Follow These Steps to Map Your Google MCC Credit Line With Your Client’s Payment Profile
Log in to your Google Ads MCC (Manager Accounts) account.
Click on the “Billing” tab in the left-hand menu.
Click on the “Payment Settings” sub-tab.
In the “Payment method” section, select “Add new payment method.”
Choose the type of payment method that you want to use, such as a credit card or bank account.
Enter the relevant payment information for your client, including the name, billing address, and payment details.
Click “Save” to add the payment method to your MCC account.
Follow These Steps to Assign it to Your Client’s Account
Click on the “Tools” tab in the left-hand menu.
Select “Linked accounts” from the “Setup” section.
Click on the “+” button to add a new account.
Choose “Google Ads account” as the type of account you want to link.
Enter the relevant account information for your client, such as the customer ID or email address associated with their Google Ads account.
Select the payment method that you added in the previous step from the drop-down menu.
Click “Send invitation” to send an email invitation to your client to link their account to your MCC.
Your client will then need to accept the invitation and link their Google Ads account to your MCC.
Once the account is linked, you can manage billing and payments for your client’s account using the payment method that you added.
so now you will be able to map your Google MCC credit line with the client payment profile.
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