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Google Ads: Connect Directly with Google for $50 One-on-One Phone Consultations

To enhance the experience of its users on the advertising platform Google has recently introduced a customer support service, for Google Ads that comes at a cost. This step is taken as Google recognizes the increasing complexity of advertising and acknowledges the need for personalized assistance. The offered service aims to provide advertisers with response times, expert guidance and a higher level of support ultimately helping businesses optimize their advertising budgets.

Now, Brands can schedule $50 one-on-one phone meetings with a Google representative.

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How The Premium Service Will Benefit Businesses?

By employing this premium service, which was previously only available to Google Ads’ largest clients, small business owners using the program can obtain specialized guidance more quickly.

Key Features of Googles Paid Customer Support

Googles paid customer support service for Google Ads users addresses pain points encountered by advertisers. Here are some key features:

1. Response Times

One major advantage of this service is expedited customer support. Advertisers can look forward to faster response times when they face issues or have questions regarding their campaigns. This means reduced downtime and more efficient problem solving.

2. Dedicated Account Managers

Advertisers who opt for this service will be assigned account managers who possess knowledge, about the Google Ads platform. These managers can provide guidance tailored to address goals and challenges faced by each advertiser.

3. Advanced Troubleshooting

In case technical issues arise the customer support service possesses expertise in diagnosing. Promptly resolving them. This can assist in avoiding any interruptions, in advertising campaigns and potential revenue loss.

4. Optimizing Campaigns

Advertisers have the option to consult with experts for guidance, on how to enhance the effectiveness of their advertising campaigns. Whether it involves refining ad content adjusting bidding strategies or targeting demographics the support team can offer advice and suggestions.

5. Education and Training

Google Ad Users can improve their understanding of Google Ads with its educational resources and training materials. This feature will further help small businesses manage their campaigns more effectively.

Note: The new tool is not yet accessible to everyone because it is currently in beta.

Disha

SEO and Content Writer