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Is Married Dating allowed?

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I have a client who is in after-marriage dating business. She does it genuinely and it's not porn, not nudity, etc., and it's built by an american woman for an american woman, only to make connections for the woman who are looking for affair. I have read all Google's policies, but it's little confusing since this is odd-niche and not sure if this is accepted or not. Could someone please guide me?

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Hello,

 

Did you go through the policy specific to Sexually Explicit Content, which gives the details around what is allowed and what not? https://support.google.com/adwordspolicy/answer/176004?hl=en

 

Also go through the Family Safe Policy to see which countries allow Family safe and non family safe ads. https://support.google.com/adwordspolicy/answer/69787

 

As far as I know, there is no sub categorization of Dating sites (after-marriage dating business) as you are saying. But you should go through the above links to get a clear idea.

 

Pankaj

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Hi,

As Panakaj explained, General dating sites without any sexual content is family safe.

Adult dating sites that explicitly promote sexual activity or finding sex partners will be labeld as "Adult (adult content)"

Adult-themed dating sites promoting infidelity will be labeled as "Non-Family Safe (mature content)".

"Adult" and "Non-family safe" ads aren't allowed to show in certain countries or on certain sites that don't allow adult or mature content. More info:- https://support.google.com/adwordspolicy/answer/69787?hl=en