Google Ads

Connect to Google Ads

Before the following setup steps, make sure you have your Google Ads account available (both normal and manager accounts are fine).
  1. 1.
    Go to the Resources page and click the
  2. 2.
    Select Google Ads.
  3. 3.
    Click the
    button to connect with your Google account.
  4. 4.
    If you wish to connect with a different account, click the
    button and log in with another account.
  5. 5.
    Enter the required fields and click Connect.
    • Resource Name
    • Customer ID(s)
    • Start Date (UTC)
  6. 6.
    Choose tables to import and click Finish Setup.
  7. 7.
    You will see a
    icon next to your resource. It may take a few minutes to several hours depending on the data size and the number of your tables. Once your data is ready, you will receive a notification email.

Get Customer ID(s) from Google Ads

If your account is NOT a manager account

  • If the Google account you connect with (Step 3.) is associated with a normal (not manager) Google Ads account, you can find the 10-digit Customer ID in the up-right corner of your account dashboard
  • Enter the ID in the Customer ID(s) field without the dashes.
  • If you wish to sync data from multiple accounts, separate each ID with a comma (,).

If your account is a manager account

  • If the Google account you connect with (Step 3.) is associated with a Google Ads Manager account, which means your access to the account you wish to sync is through a manager account, you'll need to fill in BOTH Customer ID(s) and Login Customer ID.
  • To get the Login Customer ID, log in to your Google Ads Manager account and get the 10-digit Login Customer ID at the up-right corner.
  • To get the Customer ID(s), click on the icon in the up-right corner, and you'll find the list of the accounts in the dropdown.
  • For more information about the Google Ads Manager account, check out Google's document here.

3. Available Tables

Main Tables

Note that ad_groups, ad_group_ads, and campaigns contain a labels field, which should be joined against their respective *_labels streams if you want to view the actual labels. For example, the ad_groups stream contains an ad_group.labels field, which you would join against the ad_group_labels stream's label.resource_name field.

Report Tables

Note: Due to constraints from the Google Ads API, the click_view stream retrieves data one day at a time and can only retrieve data newer than 90 days ago
Note: Due to constraints from the Google Ads API, metrics cannot be requested for a manager account. Therefore, report streams are only available when pulling data from a non-manager account.
Note: For incremental streams data is synced up to the previous day using your Google Ads account time zone. The reason is that Google Ads can filter data only by date without time. Also, some report cannot load data in real time due to Google Ads limitations.