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About google restricting trademark terms

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I have a question that I really want to know:

Is the US market trademark terms may be restricted only from ad copy – not from keyword bidding? For example, we could bid on a competitor’s brand name like Apple Iphone. We’d bid on the name and our ad would display as a paid result, but we could not include “Apple Iphone” in the actual Google ad copy?

If so I want to know which countries apply to this and which does not apply to this restriction? (Please list me or give me a reference link if possible.)

 

Thank you very much for helping.

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Re: About google restricting trademark terms

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Which countries have geographically different in policy setting refer to my question above?

Re: About google restricting trademark terms

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A full explanation about a trade-name usage in the ad-copy, and as a keywords is this link;
https://support.google.com/adwordspolicy/answer/2562645
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