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In fact the entire website is completely free and has no advertising. It's the cleanest most white hat site I can imagine. Totally baffled as to why they don't want me to advertise?
Website Types to Avoid
* Data collection sites that offer free items, etc., in order to collect private information
* Arbitrage sites that are designed for the purpose of showing ads
* Affiliate sites that the primary purpose of which is to drive traffic to another site with a different domain
* "Get-rich quick" sites
* Malware sites that knowingly or unknowingly install software on a visitor's computer
* Poor comparison shopping or travel sites whose primary purpose is to send users to other shopping/travel comparison sites, rather than to provide useful content or additional search functionality
Did you read my comments here.
Do you have those pages?
Try asking G for a manual review - a lot of sites got caught accidentally lately.
Otherwise they've decided that your form doesn't meet their quality guidelines - you don't necessarily have to be offering a free product (free info can do it depending on the topic). If this is the case you'll need to remove the form, or have a big button saying enquire here that then goes to another page on your site with the enquiry form
The reason for advertising a free site is to get some initial split test data and see what pages/ configurations convert the best before doing a PR campaign.
I've asked for a manual review, will see if it works.
I'm tempted to just not bother advertising on google at all.
If they do you can do a POST redirect.
That's where the form submits to your domain, and your server converts the request into a redirect to the third party domain as a GET request.