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Google prohibits PPC adds for various products

     
3:30 pm on Jun 12, 2006 (gmt 0)

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Google prohibits PPC adds for various products and restrict them to just organic search.

Fair enough its their policy.

But my question is how do people actually sneak through their filters and still get adds posted thru PPc.
because of that I loose a percentage of my business and I feel this is unfair.

Could someone help me here?

Thanks in advance.

7:18 pm on June 16, 2006 (gmt 0)

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If you have a Google AdWords account and a relationship with a rep, you could call them and NARC.

You could also contact them via this:

[adwords.google.com...]

8:34 pm on June 16, 2006 (gmt 0)

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Could someone help me here?

Because of a lack of specifics, I can't answer this very general question in a meaningful way, nick_irvine.

Honestly, the best way to get an answer to your question would be to contact AdWords support - where you can be specific and provide all the needed details as to which ads appear to be 'sneaking through the filters', etc.

In the absence of specifics, I'd guess that:

* You are seeing unreviewed ads, which will stop running once they've reviewed (and disapproved).

* You are seeing ads which are within the guidelines and/or policies, based on information unique to the particular account(s) involved.

One common example of this latter point would be an advertiser who seems to be "unfairly" allowed to advertise with a protected trademark in their ad copy (which others are not able to do) - but who may do so because they have been specifically allowed to by the trademark holder - for a reason that may be clear only to the trademark holders themselves.

AWA

12:14 am on June 17, 2006 (gmt 0)

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If you have a Google AdWords account and a relationship with a rep, you could call them and NARC

In my experience, Google tries to discourage this. You are not supposed to question why some are allowed to repeatedly and consistently, over long periods of time, blatently violate the rules.

5:04 am on June 17, 2006 (gmt 0)

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If you have lots of time and deal well with frustration, you can try to go through your rep. Just copy your emails as you will have to send them over and over to get anything done.