How Do You Remove a Client Account in Google AdWords?

Mar 27, 2007 • 7:32 am | comments (5) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google AdWords
 

A DigitalPoint Forums thread asks how can he remove an AdWords account from his My Client Center.

There is step by step AdWords Help on how to add and remove accounts. To remove:

  1. Log in to your MCC at https://adwords.google.com.
  2. Click on the client account you would like to unlink.
  3. Click the My Account tab.
  4. Click the Account Preferences link.
  5. Under Client Manager Account Access, locate the account you want to disable in the appropriate access level ('User Interface and API' or 'API only') and click Disable manager access.
  6. Click OK.

Here is what that section looks like on your screen:

disable-adwords-manager-acc.gif

Resident PPC Guru at DigitalPoint Forums, GuyFromChicago, said:

Hopefully you don't have to do that too often

I agree.

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Comments:

Claire Jarrett

03/25/2009 02:00 pm

Thanks for that, had a couple of old accounts cluttering up my screen :-)

Mozz

08/07/2009 05:20 am

What is MCC? I dont have Client Manager Account Access

Jonathan

03/29/2011 09:59 pm

Thanks for the info, we had a few dormant accounts that we wanted to get rid of also

Aubrey Turner

10/03/2012 06:50 am

what about an account that was created in mcc? only I have access but the campaign is not going forward, can I delete it? the above method gives me an error saying at least one manager needs to be linked to the account.

Nick

12/12/2012 01:36 pm

I have the same issue as Aubrey

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