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Hi all,

 

It's great to see such a helpful community here.

 

I am interested in launching an Adwords account for a new business idea. I want to ensure the ads & the business website are following all of Google policies.

 

I have read through Adwords policies but feel prior to the launch I would like something to check over everything for me. Is there a way I can get a Google rep to verify everything is in line with policies before I launch?

 

I want to use Adwords for as long as its around!

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Hi Dylan,

 

Unfortunately, it doesn't really work like that.... you need to launch your campaigns having followed the AdWords policies as they apply to your business and then wait to see if anything gets flagged by Google. Provided what they flag is not a serious policy violation, you can then fix it and go back to have it checked.

 

You can call your local office (check the options under the help menu) and they will cast an eye over things - but this is not a guarantee of any sort.

 

You are right to follow the policy documents, but you're probably being a little over cautious unless you already know you're flying close to the edge ;-)

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Hi Dylan,

 

Unfortunately, it doesn't really work like that.... you need to launch your campaigns having followed the AdWords policies as they apply to your business and then wait to see if anything gets flagged by Google. Provided what they flag is not a serious policy violation, you can then fix it and go back to have it checked.

 

You can call your local office (check the options under the help menu) and they will cast an eye over things - but this is not a guarantee of any sort.

 

You are right to follow the policy documents, but you're probably being a little over cautious unless you already know you're flying close to the edge ;-)