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No idea which part of my page violates Google policy

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My ad got disabled because "site violates policy". But it is just ONE landing page and I simply couldn't figure out which part of the page has problems.
This is the URL: stridec.com/spring/

Can anyone help? Thanks!

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Re: No idea which part of my page violates Google policy

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Hi Alva,

Enable the "Policy details" column in Ads tab to see the exact policy in question.

Find more details here - https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/6327680

https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/1704381?hl=en

Deepak

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Hi Deepak,

Yes I saw.

What I am trying to say is, I can see all the policies that Google thinks
my site is violating, but I cannot understand why those violations apply to
my site..

Best Regards,
Alva C

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Re: No idea which part of my page violates Google policy

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Hi Alva,

Can you please share the policies that is violated by your landing page, as per Google?

Deepak

Re: No idea which part of my page violates Google policy

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Hi Deepak,

The replies I got from Google were as follows:

- Keyword stuffing: a technique where webpages are loaded with keywords to inflate the site's ranking
- Cloaking: a technique where different content is served to search engines than to users
- Sneaky JavaScript redirects (Gaming): a technique that displays different content to users and Google's ads crawl in order to "game" our system
- Doorway pages: webpages that are created solely to rank high in search engine results for particular phrases, with the purpose of sending you to a different page
- Spamming social network sites: sites that spam social network sites to inflate a site's ranking or popularity

Re: No idea which part of my page violates Google policy

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Hi Alva,

Looks like your site is violating Webmaster Guidelines (which comes under Abusing the ad network policy - Find more details here - https://support.google.com/adwordspolicy/answer/6020954)

Get in touch with Google support and make necessary changes to your website.

After making the changes, you can request a website review.

Deepak

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Hi Alva,

 

This is just a short addition to some excellent advice posted by @Deepak_V above. I assume you may want to take advantage of posting further requests for clarification in the community linked-to below.

 

***   Webmaster Central Help Forum   ***

https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!forum/webmasters

 

The guys over there are much better versed with knowledge associated with issues you mentioned in quoting Google's message to you. 

 

Thanks for your kind understanding.

 

Best,

Lakatos