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Understand Google's advertising policies, including ad approval status and account suspension
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My first week with adwords I ran a bunch of trial campaings on different sites with no results. The second week I got one suspension notice after another for what I did in the first week. They found so many things wrong that I did (not intentionally) one after another in the first week that  they closed my account. After deleting and changing everything that was wrong with my campaigns from the first week, I sent an email telling my story and they re-instated my account. Emmediately my account was suspended for something else that I did in the first week! Today I noticed that I do not have all the tools in the web master tools that I had before. Its been about 30 days since I started and still am shut down after fixing the last suspension site and re-submitting the site. Is there any absolution from my first week of breaking policies (again not intentially and no harm done) to continue forward instead of consitentally looking backward at the first week even after promissing never to run any of the kind of the campaigns like I did in the first week? I have learned from all this and am trying to move forward.

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Hello nugende;

I will ask for another review for you.  Keep in mind, though, that chances are  slim. And the reason is that Googe wants you to first learn and understand AdWords,  before you "mess the system"....

We have a few days before  a specialist looks again  into the case. During this time go through the learning center and the community's "user articles" section.

Moshe, AdWords Top Contributor , Twitter | Linkedin | Community Profile | Ad-Globe
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