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Does Adwords Suspended Site Means That It's Google Banned Too?

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Hi All,

 

I have a domain which was suspended in Adwords about 4 years ago, now i started using it as a personal blog and puting a lot of effort on it, i tried to advertise a video today and i found out that this domain is suspended in Adwords so i sent an email to ask to review it again, my main question now if Adwords suspension means that it's Google search banned too ? or that is different, also i am not sure how to find if a domain is banned or not in the search.

 

Thanks,

Sherief

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google-organic-search may remove a website from their index, for a

variety of issues, mainly related to violating their published guidelines.

sites may also be seen much less often, during searches, naturally,
without any direct intervention by google, due to lower rankings
over time, based on a variety of algorithmic factors, related to
technical issues, content, or quality -- from issues in robots.txt,
to lacking original or useful content, to simply more competition
by better, or merely more popular, sites.

a simple site: search should indicate some level of indexing -- not rank.

that said, issues related to google-organic-search are rather
outside the scope of this community and are likely much better
addressed within google's webmaster-central-help-forums:
https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!forum/webmasters

 

google's advertising and search are completely separate;

they simply have the same similar quality related guidelines

that can, independently, result in damage -- to advertising or

search-results, or potentially both.

 

 

 

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Does Adwords Suspended Site Means That It's Google Banned Too?

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Depending on the type of  violation. If the violation was due to webmaster guideline practices the answer is: yes. If the violation  was a "pure" AdWords Policy, then you are suspended only on AdWords.

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Thanks so much for your answer, do you have an idea if there is a way to know if the domain is banned or have any problems in Google search ? do you think if it's banned or filtered i will know from the webmasters tool ? also if i search for it in the google it won't even appear right ? it's not about ranking ?

Does Adwords Suspended Site Means That It's Google Banned Too?

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The only way is to conduct an investigation about past domain owners and the type of business promoted. If you suspect I would not link this domain to an AdWords account

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Thanks again, my question was if you still see the domain in the search results even if it's not ranked, does that mean it's not google search banned

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google-organic-search may remove a website from their index, for a

variety of issues, mainly related to violating their published guidelines.

sites may also be seen much less often, during searches, naturally,
without any direct intervention by google, due to lower rankings
over time, based on a variety of algorithmic factors, related to
technical issues, content, or quality -- from issues in robots.txt,
to lacking original or useful content, to simply more competition
by better, or merely more popular, sites.

a simple site: search should indicate some level of indexing -- not rank.

that said, issues related to google-organic-search are rather
outside the scope of this community and are likely much better
addressed within google's webmaster-central-help-forums:
https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!forum/webmasters

 

google's advertising and search are completely separate;

they simply have the same similar quality related guidelines

that can, independently, result in damage -- to advertising or

search-results, or potentially both.