How Does One Manage Multiple Google Accounts?

Jul 3, 2007 • 9:46 am | comments (8) by twitter | Filed Under Other Google Topics

In a WebmasterWorld thread, a user who maintains multiple Google accounts is running into problems because when he is logged in to one user account, Google apparently randomly switches to another account.

A number of users report that this is an issue related to Firefox's Password Manager. If you store multiple passwords for Google accounts in your Firefox Password Manager, it seems that Firefox switches accounts without user input.

One user has worked around this problem with a Firefox addon called CookieSwap. However, that is a less than ideal solution.

Forum discussion at WebmasterWorld.

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jeremy mayes

07/03/2007 01:59 pm

Use the AdWords Editor:-)


07/03/2007 02:30 pm

You can also ask for a My Client Center account to manage different Google Adwords accounts.


07/03/2007 02:44 pm

Have a Master Account created - then you can have a dashboard view of all of your clients and switch to them at will through one login.


07/03/2007 04:05 pm

yes guys, but you are talking about Google AdWords, while they are having problems on entire Google (adwords, adsense, webmaster, igoogle, and so on...).

jeremy mayes

07/03/2007 07:18 pm

oops, I have AdWords on the brain:-) The multipl Google accounts thing is a pain...I have 20+ google accounts and amn constantly logging in and out.


07/04/2007 01:00 pm

I use different browsers. I don't have 20 accounts, i only have 3 or 4 gmail accounts. mostly i use 3 at the same time, so i use, IE, FF and Maxton


10/15/2008 10:06 am

Use My client center to manage multiple accounts, Google Adword Editor tool will also be helpful.


10/15/2008 10:25 am

Yah My client Center helps to manage multiple accounts of Adwords and Adword editor also help to easily manage and manipulate campaigns keywords.

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