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Facturación de la API

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Hola compañeros,

 

He intentado trastear con la API de AdWords y me he encontrado que me pedían los datos de facturación de mi MCC para facturar por el uso de la API, he estado mirando documentación pero no he encontrado nada claro. 

 

Mi idea era poder utilizar la API para sacar en xml (por ejemplo) diariamente de un informe básico que pueda trastear y mandar como cuerpo de un email a la empresa cliente en formato tabla.

 

 

¿Qué es los que se factura? ¿Qué coste tiene? 

 

 

Esto es lo que he visto:

 

Tenga en cuenta que la facturación de la API de AdWords es independiente de los pagos de AdWords por otros cargos (como costes publicitarios). Sin embargo, los cargos de la API de AdWords se aplicarán a la línea de crédito total de su empresa con Google. Puede consultar las preguntas frecuentes (página no disponible Emoticono frustrado) para obtener más información sobre la facturación de la API de AdWords.

 

Requisitos de los usuarios de la API de AdWords

La API de AdWords presenta sus propios Términos y condiciones que el programador debe aceptar, y que son independientes de los Términos y condiciones de AdWords estándar, o adicionales a ellos. Se pueden encontrar en el sitio de la API de AdWords.

 

Muchas gracias,

Dave Medina.-

 

 

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septiembre 2015

Re: Facturación de la API

Usuario Destacado
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Usuario Destacado
Buenas de nuevo,

Creo que me voy a medio auto-contestar.

He encontrado esto más buceando un poco en el faqs.

Entiendo que son 'gratuitas' las primeras 10.000 peticiones al mes y si te pasas de esas, cada 10.000 peticiones salen a $10.


What are the different access levels for the AdWords API?
There are two levels of AdWords API access:

Basic
Standard
The access levels pertain to number of daily operations only; there are still token-level rate limits to prevent excessive stress on our systems and to guarantee good performance for all our API users. All users are still required to comply with AdWords terms, AdWords API terms, and the required minimum functionality, where applicable. There will be no charges for AdWords API usage for either basic or standard access.

Basic access: This is the default access level for all approved developer tokens. Basic access allows developers to execute up to 10,000 operations per day.

Standard access: This is the access level for those needing more usage capacity. Standard access requires developers to provide additional details and keep these details current with Google.

What are non-compliance fees and how are they determined?
In order to ensure optimal advertiser and user experience, we monitor AdWords API usage and application compliance to the AdWords API terms and conditions.

If your application is not in compliance, you'll be alerted and given a period of time to make appropriate corrections. At the end of this initial notice period, if the corrections aren't made, then you may be given an extension of up to 3 months. During this time you will be charged a monthly non-compliance fee ($10 for every 10,000 operations that were used in the month before you received your initial non-compliance notice). Continued non-compliance will result in API access being revoked.

Read more about how operations are counted.

As an example, let's say you executed 1 million operations in April, and we found that your application was not in compliance with the AdWords API terms and conditions. You would receive a 30-day notice on May 1 to bring your application into compliance. If the required changes were not made by May 31, you would be charged a flat non-compliance fee of $1,000/month (1,000,000/10,000 x $10) for a maximum of 3 months (June, July, and August) or until your application satisfies compliance requirements—whichever comes first.

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Aceptado por el autor del tema DaveMedina
septiembre 2015

Re: Facturación de la API

Usuario Destacado
# 2
Usuario Destacado
Buenas de nuevo,

Creo que me voy a medio auto-contestar.

He encontrado esto más buceando un poco en el faqs.

Entiendo que son 'gratuitas' las primeras 10.000 peticiones al mes y si te pasas de esas, cada 10.000 peticiones salen a $10.


What are the different access levels for the AdWords API?
There are two levels of AdWords API access:

Basic
Standard
The access levels pertain to number of daily operations only; there are still token-level rate limits to prevent excessive stress on our systems and to guarantee good performance for all our API users. All users are still required to comply with AdWords terms, AdWords API terms, and the required minimum functionality, where applicable. There will be no charges for AdWords API usage for either basic or standard access.

Basic access: This is the default access level for all approved developer tokens. Basic access allows developers to execute up to 10,000 operations per day.

Standard access: This is the access level for those needing more usage capacity. Standard access requires developers to provide additional details and keep these details current with Google.

What are non-compliance fees and how are they determined?
In order to ensure optimal advertiser and user experience, we monitor AdWords API usage and application compliance to the AdWords API terms and conditions.

If your application is not in compliance, you'll be alerted and given a period of time to make appropriate corrections. At the end of this initial notice period, if the corrections aren't made, then you may be given an extension of up to 3 months. During this time you will be charged a monthly non-compliance fee ($10 for every 10,000 operations that were used in the month before you received your initial non-compliance notice). Continued non-compliance will result in API access being revoked.

Read more about how operations are counted.

As an example, let's say you executed 1 million operations in April, and we found that your application was not in compliance with the AdWords API terms and conditions. You would receive a 30-day notice on May 1 to bring your application into compliance. If the required changes were not made by May 31, you would be charged a flat non-compliance fee of $1,000/month (1,000,000/10,000 x $10) for a maximum of 3 months (June, July, and August) or until your application satisfies compliance requirements—whichever comes first.