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As I mentioned in other threads, I am having PSA's (and completely irrelevant ads) on my main site for 2 days now. Seems there is something going on but only few of us got hit. Perhaps G's blacklist for naughty words got an update or something. However I can't imagine my content contains words that are considered 'bad' now.
Suppose I put up a page about a visit to Monte Carlo or Las Vegas.
Would have to avoid the C word, just to avoid a penalty?
Imagine a site about Wisconsin that can't mention cheese. -Larry
The PSAs went away shortly thereafter. The page in question was a travel guide to a particular caribbean island - The words "casino" and "gambling" each appeared 1-2 times in 500 words. While gambling wasn't really the focus of the text, they seemed to be stop words...
We've resolved the issue with Google ad targeting on
http://www.example.com/beaches.htm. If this issue reoccurs, please
let us know.
What's interesting is that I got the reply at 9:06, about 3o minutes after I switched the page to Yahoo. Exactly prior to switching it, I checked and still was receiving PSA's. So what was the tech looking at? When they check things, do they check the preview tool, or the actual page?