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$100 Google Adwords Promotional Code 2009 Give Away!

Try Google AdWords with USD$100 in free advertising!
I have a $100 Google Adwords coupon codes for you, just only one! This Google Adwords Promotional Code is given by The Webmaster Tools Team. I already have an adwords account, then this code to give away. This offer is valid only for new Google AdWords customers with self-managed signup accounts. And Promotional credit must be applied to a new AdWords account within 14 days of creating the account.

To sign up for AdWords and take advantage of this USD$100 offer:
1. Visit You could use your existing Google Account to sign up and create your new Google AdWords account.
2. Sign in to your new AdWords account.
3. On the Billing tab, enter your information in the Billing Preferences section.
4. To claim your free USD$100 of advertising, enter your unique, non-transferable, one-time use code (including hyphens) into the Promotional code field.
Your personal coupon code: HKDV-YQVY-523X-T69X-TEE
5. Complete the Billing Information section, then click Save and Activate.
6. Create a few ad campaigns and see how AdWords can help your business.

Benefits of AdWords:
Control where your ad appears – by country, region or town
Using AdWords, you can target the audience that matters to you, across the globe or right in your neighborhood.

Set your own budget and fully control your costs
There is no minimum spending requirement; how much you invest in AdWords is completely up to you. You could, for instance, set a daily budget of USD$100 and a maximum bid of USD$0.50 for each click on your ad*. You decide how much each new lead (click) is worth to you.

Pay only when somebody clicks on your ad
When your ad is set up with cost-per-click pricing, you pay only when someone clicks on your ad.


  1. I copied and pasted that code, but it said it has already been redeemed. I’m assuming I’ll have to sign up for webmastertools to get my own unique code, is this true?


  2. Well reading what it says, it does say on your mailer. So does that mean you have to have been mailed something first in order to sign up for this to recieve credit?

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