If you're a digital marketing agency that wants to manage all your client accounts under a single login, or if you're a multinational company that wants to access all your accounts by country, vertical, or brand with one set of login details, or you simply want your accounts to share the same audiences and conversion tracking, then you should get yourself a Google Manager account (or Google My Clients Center account). A Google My Clients Center (MCC) account is very useful for advertisers, agencies, and big companies who require access to many individual Google Ads using a single email address and allows managing multiple accounts on a single dashboard. This quick and easy guide will show you how to link a Google Ads account to your Google Ads Manager account!
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Step 1️: Login to your Google Ads Manager
Step 2️: Select Accounts
Step 3️: Click on the + symbol
Step 4: Select Link existing account
Step 5️: Paste the 10-digit account number and click on Send request
You can find the ID number in the top-right corner of the Google Ads account you want to link.
Step 6️: Navigate to the account you need to link
Step 7️: Navigate to Tools and settings (or Tools in the new interface)
Step 8️: Click on Access and security under the Setup column
Step 9: Click on Managers and accept the link request
In the new Google Ads interface, you can find the linking request under Admin > Access and Security > Managers.
Once you've linked your accounts, you will be able to find the Manager on the Google Ads account you linked and remove access when necessary.
In your Google Ads Manager (My Client Center), you'll also be able to find the Google Ads account you just linked.