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Reactivating a Google Ads account is free, and you'll only need to follow a few steps. This article shows you how to reactivate a cancelled account.
How to reactivate your account
To reactivate your Google Ads account:
Your account status will change to "Active."
Note: If your account is linked to a manager account, you’ll only be able to reactivate your account if the manager has’t reached the maximum account limit. If the manager has reached the maximum account limit, you’ll only be able to reactivate your account if the manager unlinks or cancels at least one of their current managed accounts.
Frequently Asked Questions
What will happen to my ads when I reactivate my account?
- Any ads or campaigns that you left active will begin running again.
- Any ads or campaigns that you paused will not run until you re-enable them.
If you don't want your ads to automatically start running when you reactivate your account, sign in to your account and make sure to pause your ads, ad groups, or campaigns. You can re-enable them after activating your account.