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May I use "Click" in my ad copy

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Hello there,

I am advertising a website that offers online services. Some of the services are free and requier just one click to return the wanted result. My question is will my ad pass the spam filter if I include "in a single click" in my ad copy?

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Hard to tell. It will probably be set in que for manual review at first, which may take a few days, or in worst case (as I have experiences) forever (something seems wrong with the queing system.
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Re: May I use "Click" in my ad copy

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Hi Mihaill, 

 

You can't use click as part of a call to action in AdWords ads e.g. 'click here for special offers'. Provided your use of click is not as part of a call to action then you can use it. 

 

As a result of restrictions on the word click you can expect your ad review to go to a Specialist and take a few days (as David sugested) although if it takes more than 72 hours pelase call us and we will expedite it for you. 

 

I hope this helps.

 

Ita

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I tried once, it never go approved due to "Click" words, So I avoid waiting for review. You can use it on other way like
" In a single step" like that..