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Can ads point directly to our sub domain?

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We are a charity. Our donation form sits on a sub-domain. Will ads that point directly to the donation form be approved?

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As long as it is the subdomain of the approved website, yes, you can use it. However, if the landing page is a subdomain of a third-party site then you would not be able to use it.

 

If your organization had the domain name www.example.org, the following URLs would be allowed under Ad Grants policy:

The following examples would be rejected under Ad Grants policy:

 

Please see the Ad Grants Website Policy for further clarification.

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Can ads point directly to our sub domain?

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As long as your ad contains relevant Ad Copy and follows Google's advertising policies, then it should be approved with your landing page. 

 

Check here to make sure your landing page follows their policies: https://support.google.com/adwordspolicy/answer/6008942

 

Can ads point directly to our sub domain?

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Let me ping our Grants specialist on this

@RobertCoats ?

 

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As long as it is the subdomain of the approved website, yes, you can use it. However, if the landing page is a subdomain of a third-party site then you would not be able to use it.

 

If your organization had the domain name www.example.org, the following URLs would be allowed under Ad Grants policy:

The following examples would be rejected under Ad Grants policy:

 

Please see the Ad Grants Website Policy for further clarification.