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Title: how to Connect my Google Adwords account with google analytics?
Post by: Neo_5678 on 06-07-2017, 05:02:58
how to Connect my Google Adwords account with google analytics?
Title: Re: how to Connect my Google Adwords account with google analytics?
Post by: ryanatkins on 06-09-2017, 02:31:08
Sign in to your AdWords account.
Click the "Billing- Account settings- and Help"
Select Linked accounts.
You can see the accounts linked.
If not done yet, sign in to analytics and add property to be linked.
Title: Re: how to Connect my Google Adwords account with google analytics?
Post by: Aldenhussy on 06-18-2017, 23:15:58
Sign in to your AdWords account.
Click the "Billing, Account Settings, and Help" menu (), then choose Linked accounts.
Under "Google Analytics," click View details. (Or, if you already have linked accounts, click Edit.
You'll see a list of Google Analytics properties to which you have access. Click Setup link next to the property you want to link to your AdWords manager account.
Title: Re: how to Connect my Google Adwords account with google analytics?
Post by: jannatul18 on 06-19-2017, 03:46:18
Just follow the steps mentioned here in this video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xwfle8EOrcU
Title: Re: how to Connect my Google Adwords account with google analytics?
Post by: JanviArora on 08-16-2018, 04:42:14
Sign in to Google Analytics.
Click Admin and navigate to the property you want to link.
In the PROPERTY column, click Google Ads Linking.
Click + NEW LINK GROUP
Select the Google Ads accounts you want to link, then click Continue.

You can also open Analytics from within your Google Ads account.
1. Click the Tools tab
2. Select Analytics
3. Follow the rest of the instructions.
Title: Re: how to Connect my Google Adwords account with google analytics?
Post by: trevon on 11-26-2018, 18:07:33
If the 2 accounts are on the same accesses (similar email and login), the connection will be done without any problem and in an intuitive way, moreover GA proposes it almost automatically.
If the two accounts do not have the same access, for reasons due to a history or a remote management (case of Adwords multi-account center), it will be necessary from the account "master" administrator, in ga, to authorize access to the Adwords account concerned on the GA account, in user management by adding the Adwords management email address.