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Can i send Adwords traffic to a T-shirt platform?

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Hello people!


I don't know if some of you have seen this already, but there are some T-shirt platforms(eg Teespring), where you can post a T-shirt design, send some traffic and if it reaches its goal, the Tshirts are getting printed and sent to the buyers all over the world.


Can i use Google Adwords to send traffic to this platform, to my specific T-shirt?


eg If i have a T-shirt up, it's URL will be


If i use a cloacking tool and send traffic to my own domain that redirects to the teespting URL, will i have a problem?


eg redirects to


The display URL of my Adwords campaign will be and the destination URL will be that will immediately redirects to


What do you think? Don't want to jeopardise my Adwords account Smiley Happy


Thanks for your help in advance.





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September 2015

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Hi @Dimitris S;

I did not quite understand why you need a cloacking tool (which by itself is a technique which violates the Policy)  but, regardless,  the Policy requires that the display URL and the landing page (after all redirects) will be the same domain. So, you cannot have a display URL: and a landing page

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Re: Can i send Adwords traffic to a T-shirt platform?

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Thank you very much for your quick reply MosheTLV!
I guess that makes totally sense.

So, the solution is to make a landing page in with the T-shirt i want to promote and then i could send the traffic to the actual campaign on Teespring.

That should work ok i guess.

Thanks again!