Key Digital has met all of the requirements to be accredited as an official Google Partner

To help give our clients the best experience possible, and to keep our team of digital marketing experts up to speed with the latest Google Ads and PPC trends, we have re-instated our ‘official’ Google Partner status.

To become a Google Partner, there are 3 requirement categories that need to be met:


To show that we can effectively set up and run Google Ads campaigns for our partners, an optimisation score of above 70% has to be met. Across the accounts we manage, we have demonstrated the ability to meet this requirement and help our clients achieve their business goals.


The third requirement that to achieve Google Partner status is suffienct spend across multiple Ad accounts we manage. A registered Ads Manager account need to maintain a 90-day ad spend of $10,000 USD across managed accounts.

Skillshop Certification course

Part of the Google Partner accreditation process involves passing a series of Google Skillshop exams. Each certification for Google Ads in Search, Display, Video, Shopping and Apps lasts for 12 months and we have completed the full course.

Being a ‘Google Partner’ is a term given to agencies who are trained in Google Ads to a required benchmark set by Google. It also give us unique access to a range of benefits, insights and support from Google directly. These include:

  • Education
  • Training
  • Community membership
  • Phone, chat and email support
  • Parters badge assets
  • Promotional offers

Google Ads certified professionals

The team at Key Digital are Google Adwords certified professionals which means we can demonstrate proficiency in basic and advanced aspects of AdWords.

If you are considering using Google Ads for the first time – please get in touch – we have a number of free PPC vouchers where you can access matching funding against your first month’s spend.

Official Google Partners

You can view our Google Partner status here or find out more about our Pay Per Click (PPC) expertise.