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Sep 24, 2002, 21:24 #1
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Google Adwords charges in currency which puts us at competitive disadvantage
I have an AdWords account. Although I am based in the UK, Overture.com (USA) charge me in US dollars and therefore I can be listed for 5 cents, which is about 3 pence in UK Sterling.
However, AdWords is charging me in pence. This means that I am paying nearly double more (5 pence as opposed to 3 pence).
I have various sites which are hosted in the USA and solely aimed at an American audience.
Does anybody know how I could be charged in US dollars?
If payment can only be taken in dollars for those from the US, do you think it is possible for me to give a relative's American postal address and be billed in dollars even though I have a UK credit card?
Thanks for any adviceAzam Marketing, Inc.
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Sep 25, 2002, 09:53 #2
I don't see why you couldn't be on the US billing system. Have you actually contacted Google about this? They were pretty swift in response when I contacted them about marketing options.