How do I unlink my Google Ads account from your service?
Before unlinking your Google Ads account from us, take into account that all collected data to optimize your ads will be lost and we will no longer be able to help you to manage and improve your online advertising.
Login to your Google Ads account.
Go to “Tools” in the upper right corner.
Under "Setup" click on “Account access”. Under the headline “Managers” you should be able to find Cobiro, and then click “Remove Access”.
To unlink your Google Ads account, you need to follow the steps listed below:
Please note that this will not pause or remove your Constant Contact campaigns. You will have to perform those actions manually directly in your Google Ads account.
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