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Fixing Site Suspended

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Hello. I am new to AdWords and I am having trouble right now since my site has been suspended due to my "site not working".  My website isn't complete as I don't have much content but I need people to be able to find me and contact me via my website.


My website is and appears to be working fine.


Any suggestions would be appreciated.



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Accepted by MosheTLV (Top Contributor)
September 2015

Re: Fixing Site Suspended

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Hi Chris,


Google Policies won't allow you to advertise websites that are under construction. Take a look:


In order to provide a quality user experience, Google requires that all promotions meet high professional and editorial standards. We only allow promotions that are clear, professional in appearance, and that lead users to content that is relevant, useful, and easy to interact with.

Examples of promotions that don't meet these editorial and professional requirements:


  • sites that are under construction, parked domains, or are just not working

As stated in Adwords Policies here:


You should create a more relevant page or stop everything until the website is complete.


Also, you need to pause everything e correct everything you need, because insisting on uploaing ads that will be disapproved, will cause your ACCOUNT to be suspended, which you will not be able to advertise on adwords again.


Hope this helps.

Leandro Martinez | Basta1Click

Re: Fixing Site Suspended

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I recently switched jobs and need clients to locate me. I was hoping to direct clients to email me until my site is up and running. Unfortunately I cannot have a full site until my licenses have been approved. The site to me is VERY relevant as it will help clients locate me. I wish I could convey this to Google...