Check your Google Partner status

By checking your Google Partner status, you can find out:
  • Whether your company is a Google Partner or Premier Partner
  • What requirements your company needs to meet to either earn or keep the badge

Before you begin

You’ll need to have admin, standard, or read-only access to your Google Partners registered Ads manager account.

How to check your Partner status

  1. Sign into your Google Ads account.
  2. In the navigation on the left side, click Partners program tab.
  3. Find the Badge status card. You'll see whether your company is a Google Partner or Premier Partner
  4. To see more details about your company's status, click View details.

From here, you'll see the Badge status table, which will show your company's status as well as how your company is performing on each of the new Google Partner requirements. The requirements are checked on a daily basis. However, if you stop meeting the Google Partner requirements, you can retain your status until the new Google Partners program launches in February 2022. After February 2022, you’ll need to meet the badge requirements on a daily basis to maintain your status.

Learn more about how to earn the badge

What your Partner status means

Partner status What it means
Not a Google Partner Your company isn’t a Google Partner or Premier Partner yet. Click on View details in the Badge status card to see the requirements your company needs to meet to become a Google Partner.
Google Partner

Your company is a Google Partner. Your Badge status card will show your Google Partner badge.

To download your badge, click View details, scroll down to the Badge assets section, and follow the directions.

Note: Premier Partners who have met the new Partner requirements will see the Partner status and new Partner badge as an indication of meeting the new Partner requirements. However, as a reminder, Premier Partners may retain their Premier Partner badge and benefits until the launch of the new Google Partners program in February 2022. We recommend using your Premier Partner badge through February 2022. If you need help accessing your current Premier Partner assets, please contact us.
Premier Partner

Your company is a Premier Partner. Your Badge status card will show your Premier Partner badge. Click on View details to go to the Badge status page for additional information.

Note: Premier Partners who have met the new Partner requirements will see the Partner status and new Partner badge as an indication of meeting the new Partner requirements. However, as a reminder, Premier Partners may retain their Premier Partner badge and benefits until the launch of the new Google Partners program in February 2022. We recommend using your Premier Partner badge through February 2022. If you need help accessing your current Premier Partner assets, please contact us.

Learn more about the benefits of Google Partner status

Partner status lost

Starting February 2022, if your company isn't able to meet the Partner requirements, it will lose the following benefits:

  • Rights to use the Google Partner or Premier Partner badge and associated benefits
  • Rights to advertise Google Partner or Premier Partner status

Losing Partner status doesn't mean that your company is no longer a member of the Google Partners program.

Your company can continue to participate in the program and access other benefits of being a Member.

Note: Keep in mind that Google's third-party policies apply to companies that are members of the Google Partners program and those that have qualified for the Google Partner badge.

If your status has been lost, you may submit an appeal.

Frequently asked questions

What should I do if my company’s Google Partner badge isn’t available?

If you've recently met the Partner requirements, please note it may take up to 48 hours for your badge to update. Continue to meet the requirements to get access to the new Partner badge.

What do I do if it says my company isn’t eligible to earn the Google Partner badge?

If you get a message saying that your company isn't eligible to earn the Google Partner badge due to policy or Terms of Service violations, it could be because one or more of the following was violated:

Review the above policies and Terms of Services to make sure you understand all of the requirements. You may also submit an appeal.

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