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Your free voucher to try Google AdWords

Greetings from Google,

Congratulations on your continuing success with Google AdSense.

Why advertise with AdWords?
Google AdWords is currently helping many AdSense publishers attract more and more visitors to their websites. When people search for topics related to the content of your site, your AdWords ad will appear as a sponsored link in the search results. This can help drive more traffic to your site and increase your AdSense revenues.

Here's the best part - you only pay when people click on your ad and visit your site. You decide what you're willing to pay for each click and place a limit on what you'd like to spend each day. You can also display a variety of ad formats and even target your ads to specific languages and geographic locations. And you can keep a close watch on their effectiveness with helpful online tracking tools that are easy to use.

Your personal voucher code for #30 free online advertising is: 386018627378
This voucher is valid until 30 June 2007.

How do I get started?
Please go to http://adwords.google.co.uk to set up your Google AdWords account. Follow the AdWords account set-up process. When you reach the point of entering your Billing Preferences, you will be invited to enter your promotional code. Your voucher can then be redeemed for AdWords advertising. Your campaign can be set up in as little as 15 minutes. There's no additional spend commitment, so this offer is risk free. Start advertising today!

Want to find out more?
To find out more about advertising with Google AdWords, we are offering you access to our on-line Google University presentations at: http://www.google.com/events/aw_academy/index.html.
You can also read about how other publishers are using AdWords and AdSense on our blog at: http://adsense.blogspot.com/2007/03/adwords-and-adsense-perfect-pair.html.

Welcome to Google AdWords
The Google Team

 

 
Terms and Conditions apply: Promotional credit is available only to new Google AdWords customers who sign up using the on-line self-managed process via adwords.google.co.uk and whose accounts are less than 14 days old at the time you enter your promotional code. Use of Google AdWords and redemption of the promotional credit is subject to ad approval, valid registration and acceptance of the current Advertising Terms and Conditions. The promotional credit will be automatically credited to your new Google Adwords account once you have entered your promotional code and billing preferences. If you choose the post-pay payment method, the account activation fee (currently #5) will be deducted from the promotional credit before this is credited to your account. If you choose the pre-pay payment method, you must make an initial minimum payment (from which the account activation fee will be deducted) to activate the account before the promotional credit can be credited to your account. You will be charged for any advertising charges that exceed the promotional credit, and you are solely responsible for the payment of any taxes incurred. If you do not wish to incur additional charges beyond the promotional credit then you should monitor your account and pause or delete your campaign before or once this amount has been reached. The promotional credit is non-transferable and may not be sold or bartered. If you indicate that your Google AdWords account should be subject to a different currency to the one in which your promotional credit has been awarded, then the actual amount of the promotional credit may be subject to foreign currency fluctuations. Offer may be changed or revoked at any time for any reason by Google Ireland Limited and/or any affiliated company offering the AdWords service in your country. One promotional credit per customer. Offer expires 30 June 2007. Void where prohibited or restricted by law. Google and AdWords are trademarks of Google Inc. and are registered in the US and other countries. Your use of this voucher and/or the promotional credit constitutes your acceptance of these terms and conditions.

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