Hashtags in Destination URLs
Does anyone know if there are any issues with using a hastag, i.e. #, in a destination URL? Another search marketer I have spoken with says they are having issues with their ads being disapproved if they use a # in their destination URL.
I want to know if this is true but I can't find anything mentioning it online.
Re: Hashtags in Destination URLs
The only thing I found in the Adwords Help talking about an anchor is :
Each sitelink must point to different content: Links to anchors or fragment identifiers on the same page count as the same page.
And related to Adwords-Anaytics :
If your destination URL contains a hash '#' symbol (sometimes called 'anchor'), then the gclid parameter should be appended before the anchor (#) like so: http://www.example.com/?parameter=1&gclid=TeSter-123#bookmark.
Further I could found nothing about hashtags in destination URLs.
Did they use the anchor with the right syntax?
Did they use it in the display URL?, maybe that gives a problem.
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