Msg#: 3257777 posted 7:51 pm on Feb 20, 2007 (gmt 0)
I'm not familiar with someone getting banned from AdWords because of the issue you describe. Spammers use adwords. You might be referring to Adsense where he would put ads on his site to make money. That's a much more tough environment.
I think you are trying to help him advertise his business on AdWords so his ad is placed on Google and possibly other sites, correct?
He probably has a really low quality score at this point.
These are things you want to look into:
Make sure his max cost per click is high enough.
Make sure his daily budget is high enough.
Use the key phrase you are bidding on in the title and description when possible.
Google will tell you what they recommend the cost per click should be and what the daily budget should be. See if you are close to those numbers. If it's too much money consider targeted phrases that aren't as competitive.
Msg#: 3257777 posted 9:19 pm on Feb 20, 2007 (gmt 0)
some thoughts, and AWA will robably be along telling me I am wrong (that's once he's finished his daily yoghurt ;)
a, Is he in a restricted industry, where all ads have to be manually approved.
b, is the Credit Card registered in a different country, or similar, as in are you asking for invoicing in 1 country and logging in from another (yes boys, security filter is tripped on this 1 at times)
c, what's the TOOL within adwords showing as reason for ADS showing/not showing.
I am sure there are a few obvious 1's like, is the campaign unpaused, or targeting a differnt country etc etc, or it may just be a tech issue
Msg#: 3257777 posted 1:09 pm on Feb 21, 2007 (gmt 0)
I am going to have to say that Shak is completely ... right. There are a number of reasons why a campaign wouldn't go live immediately, but he's got them pretty covered. If you've already contacted support, then you are on the right track. They will get it sorted out.