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in destination URL i set : banna.com

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if my gon.com site is suspended

 

and i set the URL display : dan.com

 

 

and than in destination URL i set :  banna.com

and than banna.com redirect to gon.com and than gon.com  redirect to dan.com

 

 

are this OK ?

 

please if your answer is yes or no

can you give me a quote from the  destination URL policy

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No this is not acceptable,

You can not advertise a suspended site through redirects.

View the policy here:
https://support.google.com/adwordspolicy/answer/1310892?hl=en

The first paragraph tells you that your landing page is where the user ends up after redirects and this page can not violate the policies.

Read the article below to learn about fixing a suspended site:
https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/1704383?hl=en

Good Luck

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In general, Redirecting users to different domain than the domain in the display URL is not allowed. Redirects used for tracking purposes are allowed as long as the final landing page has the same domain as the display URL.

Above all, You can't advertise your suspended site anyway, until you fix it. Read more about how to fix suspended site: https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/1704383?hl=en

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Hi,
The answer in simple words is-No
https://support.google.com/adwordspolicy/answer/1310892?hl=en
It is clearly mentioned under the headline-"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.

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i dont undrestent why not


the final URL for people will go to is the domain in the display URL

please give me a quote from the destination URL policy that say it did not allow to do that

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"You can not advertise a suspended site through redirects."

i don't advertise a suspended site
the user will don't notice it
he just a redirect from banna.com to dan.com

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Hi Maryln

You are advertsing a suspended site. As I said before the landing page is NOT your destination URL it is the page that the user ends up on AFTER all redirects.

Therefore you are advertising a suspended site as the final destination of the user is a suspended site.

I said the first paragraph of the policy states that. See quote below:
"The landing page URL is where users actually end up after passing through any redirects associated with your destination URL"

Hope that is clearer

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Hey Marlyn,

I have just noticed that you have edited your post as each answer is given to you. What exactly are you trying to achieve?

The answer is still no.

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Your Display URL must Matchthe LANDING page URL

"he domain of your display URL must match the domain of your landing page URL (after any redirects)."

your destination URL must match the Landing page 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.""

There is no way you can avoid that with all these redirects.