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Google wants to help small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) stay in touch with their customers during this challenging time. That’s why they’re giving our SMB customers worldwide $340 million in ad credits, which can be used towards ad spend in the future, until the end of 2020 across the Google Ads platforms. This is part of a larger commitment from Google to support SMBs, health organizations and governments, and health workers on the frontline of this global pandemic.

This page provides additional information and will be periodically updated. As an additional resource to help you manage your business through uncertainty please visit the Google for Small Business site.

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  • COVID-19: Ad credits for Google Ads Small and Medium-sized businesses
    • Ad credits will be available to SMBs, who advertise directly with Google or through partners, around the world, with active accounts since the beginning of 2019. Credits will be provided to SMB advertisers that have been active advertisers since Jan 1, 2019 and comply with all Google Ads T&Cs.

Topic: Medical Billing, Patient Experience | Content Type: Blog Article

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