Is there an API for Google Ads?

The Google Ads API lets developers create and use applications that interact directly with their account details on the Google Ads server. The API helps advertisers efficiently manage large Google Ads accounts and campaigns.

What is API in Google Ads?

The Google Ads Application Programming Interface (API) is designed for developers representing large, tech-savvy advertisers and third parties. This includes agencies, search engine marketers (SEMs), and other online marketing professionals who manage multiple client accounts or large campaigns.

What is Google API PHP client?

Google APIs give you programmatic access to Google Maps, Google Drive, YouTube, and many other Google products. To make coding against these APIs easier, Google provides client libraries that can reduce the amount of code you need to write and make your code more robust.

How do I use Google API?

Enable an API

  1. Go to the API Console.
  2. From the projects list, select a project or create a new one.
  3. If the APIs & services page isn’t already open, open the console left side menu and select APIs & services, and then select Library.
  4. Click the API you want to enable.
  5. Click ENABLE.

How do I download Google API client library for PHP?

Download the Release Download any file with the name google-api-php-client-[RELEASE_NAME]. zip for a package including this library and its dependencies. Uncompress the zip file you download, and include the autoloader in your project: require_once ‘/path/to/google-api-php-client/vendor/autoload.

Do you need to know coding for Google Ads?

Google Ads Scripts Are Easy To Learn It only requires entry-level knowledge of JavaScript to personalize parts of a copy/paste script you found online or create a basic script from scratch. Become a valuable asset to your company and clients by expanding your PPC skillset and learning to code.

Does Google API cost money?

You won’t be charged until your usage exceeds $200 in a month. Note that the Maps Embed API, Maps SDK for Android, and Maps SDK for iOS currently have no usage limits and are at no charge (usage of the API or SDKs is not applied against your $200 monthly credit).