Google Launches AdWords Business Credit Card for Small Businesses
If you have a small business in the United States or Britain, you might be able to get a Google credit card soon.
Google is introducing a new credit card specifically for AdWords to small businesses in the U.K. and extending to more businesses in the U.S.
This move by Google is an effort to make its Google AdWords product more appealing to small and medium-sized businesses. Google AdWords Credit is a credit card that will let business owners to purchase ADWords campaigns, Google’s pay-per-click and site-targeted advertising offerings.
According to Google, the cards will not have annual fees; will have minimum monthly payments, reasonable APR and, the most important, they will have “an ample credit limit” for AdWords. To issue the cards – which are MasterCard-labeled cards – Google teamed up with Barclays in the U.K. and Comenity Capital Bank in the U.S.
Every day, AdWords enables more than one million businesses, to connect with their customers online. AdWords Business Credit can give small and medium-sized businesses more flexibility – extra credit – so they will be able to focus on growing their businesses even further.
Google is not the sole tech company stepping into the world of financial services industry. Amazon introduced a lending program to provide low interest loans to sellers in the U.S. at the end of last year.
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