Last updated: October 13, 2020
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Connect your Google Ads account to HubSpot to manage your Google ads in HubSpot's ads tool. Once your Google Ads account is connected, HubSpot will display and report on all existing campaigns in that account.
Please note: cancelled Google Ads accounts cannot be connected to HubSpot. If a connected Google Ads account is cancelled, it will be disconnected from HubSpot. An error will show in HubSpot next to any cancelled accounts. Learn more about cancelled accounts and how to reactivate them in Google's documentation.
Linking your Google Ads account to HubSpot's manager account also allows HubSpot to escalate issues regarding your account to Google, grants you the ability to create audiences for your Google ads in HubSpot's ads tool, and makes you eligible for beta products and other benefits that Google makes available to HubSpot customers.
Linking your Google Ads account to HubSpot's manager account is not necessary for the core contact tracking and reporting functionality in HubSpot's ads tool. Learn how to unlink HubSpot's manager account (HubSpot Customer MCC) from your Google Ads account.
Your Google Ads account will appear in your Ads Accounts settings in HubSpot.
Please note: if your ad account has outstanding billing issues, violations of Google's ad policies, or has been inactive for a long period of time, HubSpot will mark your ad account as Inactive. To fix this issue, you'll need to check your Google Ads account settings and Google's support resources.
Once your Google Ads account is connected, you can also connect additional users so that they can manage and create campaigns for the account. You can also disconnect ad accounts from within your ads settings.
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