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Is this ad meet Adwords Policy.

 

"PPC Expert" - (9 Years) - Losing Sleep Over PPC Cost? Stop

www.abc.com/PPC_Expert

Use (Secret) Techniques. Start Now!

 

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Re: Ad Approval

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Hi Jeewan,
You can find AdWords official policy here of Ad Policies - https://support.google.com/adwords/topic/3119075?hl=en&ref_topic=3119122
Ads Policies -
https://support.google.com/adwordspolicy/answer/1316548?rd=1

After a quick review, I suggest removing the parenthesis and maybe the quotation marks. I also suggest making the Ad a bit more clear to read. It's a bit confusing with the "Stop." Maybe write Stop Losing Sleep Over PPC. Also, The word "Secret" may be an issue. If so, you could always replace it with something like "Advanced" or another synonym.

Re: Ad Approval

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Hi there;
In addition to Vkore91 answer - the claim of 9 years experience, must be supported on the landing page.
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Re: Ad Approval

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Is it necessary to remove quotation marks. Is it violating adword polices.

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It depends on the context of the ad-text. It could be the issue. (As Vkore91 mentioned)
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