Can commissions be enabled for Google Ads?
Commission is an automatic bidding strategy in which the advertiser pays a certain portion of the conversion value to an agency. You can set the percentage value on how much is added per click.
A Google Ads manager account will need to be connected to your account.
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You may need to contact your support to enable the commissions option for your account:
Amount off spend on the Google Ads UI will not have the commission charges. The amount shown on the DCC level WILL have marked up cost.
The variables affected that are shown on the campaign overview card are:
- Average CPC
- Cost / Spend
- Cost / Conversion
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