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How can i asked for a so called trademarked term to be allowed?

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The word Destinations is apparently a trademarked term. We are a travel operator so this term is key for us. How can we get this word allowed?

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Re: How can i asked for a so called trademarked term to be allowed?

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Hi Fly,

 

If it gets banned you'll need to file an exception request, as per the help file linked-to below.

 

http://support.google.com/adwords/answer/7523?hl=en&

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Re: How can i asked for a so called trademarked term to be allowed?

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Hi Fly,

 

If it gets banned you'll need to file an exception request, as per the help file linked-to below.

 

http://support.google.com/adwords/answer/7523?hl=en&

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Hi,

 

Thanks for quick response.

 

 

Re: How can i asked for a so called trademarked term to be allowed?

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Are you targeting all countries and territories? If so, do you do business in all countries and territories? If not, consider restricting your advertising only to the countries where you actually do business. Some nations consider words like "start", "learn", or "and" for example, to be considered a "trademarked term". 

Tom