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Though I could likely convince most WebmasterWorld readers that my site provides an extremely valuable service for searchers of my keywords, I must reluctantly admit that I understand why Google thinks it is of poor quality. In fact, for many months prior to the Adwords problem, I have been working on an all-new site. In a few days, this new site will launch. Though it was redesigned for reasons beyond impressing the Adwords folks, I am optimistic it will meet their quality standards and once again allow me to advertise with reasonable minimum bids.
Now, should I -
1. Put the new site up and hope for the Adwords quality spiders to visit, find it of good quality and automatically lower my minimum bids? Has anyone actually seen this happen or are you basically blacklisted once you are flagged as low quality?
2. Put it up and contact Google for a manual review?
3. Create an all-new Adwords account and just hope that I can bypass my previous bad record with the new account?
Thanks for your comments!
Murky waters indeed... I guess all you can do is relaunch and hope for the best.
Good luck with it.
I already use YSM and I will definitely do MSN (do a little now) once the new site launches. However, in my field, Google really has far more traffic than both combined, so it is still important. I am also hopeful the new site will be better from a SEO standpoint.