, Update on the Inappropriate Image Content disapproval fiasco at Adwords
, Update on the Inappropriate Image Content disapproval fiasco at Adwords

Update on the Inappropriate Image Content disapproval fiasco at Adwords

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So, since April 1st we couldn’t get banners approved that did not violate the new policies.     Well, the correct way to say it would be we could get banners approved in one campaign, then if we setup another campaign they’d get rejected.

We are lucky and have a person inside Google helping us on this, she designed a banner which too; complies with policy only to have it disapproved by the system.     That is when we heard that yes, they do have a problem with their ad approval system, and was told our entire account will be re-scanned and all ads which violate the policy disapproved.

I wake up today (it’s Sunday btw), there’s a 500% jump in volume,  I check my stats and I see campaigns sending clicks which were all rejected prior by google.   In haste, I check those campaigns and I see APPROVED next to every ad.

Are we close to seeing the light at the end of the tunnel?    Let’s hope so!

 

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, Update on the Inappropriate Image Content disapproval fiasco at Adwords

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