Director at Commercial Reality Ltd
15 November 2004 13:47pm
If you run AdWords campaigns through Google's new "My Client Centre" system and also use AdSense you may be in for a shock.
As soon as I'd signed up to the Client Centre system (which lets you consolidate client log-ins, budgets etc. via a "Super" adwords account) I found I had been locked out of my AdSense account.
I tried repeatedly to get in but AdSense denied the existence of my account altogether and wouldn't even send me a password reminder on the basis that I didn't have an account in the first place.
There is a work round that you can use.
What you do is log-in using your normal account name (email address) but insert the phrase "+client" just before the "@" symbol.
So if your email address is
Director at na
20 November 2004 14:15pm
I've found a bug too - I can't add a number of the AdWords accounts I manage to the My Client interface.
The interface tells me the passwords are wrong - their not; I can log in the accounts via the normal interface.
Waiting for Google's response...
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