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I am a realtor with HomeSmart. I want to use my URL www.soldbygoeld.com which forwards to my HomeSmart URL hsaz001.homesmartagent.com/sites/kg109   My ad keeps getting disallowed. What am I doing wrong?   Rick Goeld

  rickgoeld@cox.net

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Hi Rick,

 

Its quite obvious to get your ads disallowed. Please find below the reason why your ads are getting disallowed:

 

Match the domain of your ad's display URL

  • Your landing page's domain must match the domain of the display URL in your ad. For example, if the website that you're advertising is using the domain "example.com," your ad's display URL must also contain "example.com."

for more details I would encourage you to read this policy. https://support.google.com/adwordspolicy/answer/1310892?hl=en#

 

and for Display url policy plz prefer to read https://support.google.com/adwordspolicy/answer/175906#

 

Thanks!

Anand Vishwakarma

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Hi Rick,

 

In addition to the above link, to give you some context, your destination URL has to be the eventual destination that your user will reach. Therefore, your destination URL must be:

 

http://hsaz001.homesmartagent.com/sites/kg109

 

And your display URL, although not great, should be:

 

hsaz001.homesmartagent.com

 

Ordinarily I would suggest that you put some branded wording after the .com in the display URL but I don't think you will have the character space.

 

Let me know if this works. Try it on new ads instead of editing old, disapproved ones.

Jack Porter-Smith
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