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Site suspended / can someone tell me what the problem is?

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My site has been suspended yesterday for "misleading content" I'm sure it's just me, but i don't see it. I am not making any claims, not promising anything, very careful with the wording. Am i missing a disclaimer. Please help.
http://hnfexpert.blogspot.ba/2016/10/5-big-fat-lies-of-fat-loss.html
http://hnfexpert.blogspot.ba/2016/10/warning-weight-loss-pills-review.html

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Re: Site suspended / can someone tell me what the problem is?

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(1) most affiliate-marketing cannot meet all the google's rules and policies,
especially with respect to issues such as misleading-content; e.g. not being
extremely clear about what is being sold or promoted with respect to users
initiating a specific purchase, or not adding satisfactory acceptable content.

 

(2) most weight-loss related promotions are highly restrictive and cannot
be initiated without clear disclaimers or if they are outside the bounds of
the generally acceptable medical and health guidelines for weight-loss --
a moderate realistic diet with exercise.

 

Site suspended / can someone tell me what the problem is?

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I agree with Celebird 100%. The days of being able to promote affiliate programs on AdWords are long gone (I know, it was all I did for a decade).

 

The only way you can use AdWords is to actually have your own product or service, use that to build an email list, and market your affiliate offers to people via email.