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one web site for all--Allowed or not in policy?

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Hi

 

I got an interesting question from one of my client(who is an affiliate) and i am unaware of the answer, Can one website be use for different products. Lets Say Product A page have insurance..Product B page have medical surgery...Product C page have college and university Product D page have dish Tv(want to know about dish tv individually as well if this is the allowed product on adwords)

 

Can he advertise all these pages as different ad groups or campaigns with same url but with different destinition url within the same domain, is it allowed by policy?.

 

Thanks

 

Tabish

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Hi tabish

 

>> " a simple landing page with a phone number & related content."

 

 

The issue is: content. And hopefully, the affiliate program, the client is joining, is not on Google's list of "no added value" affiliates, and thus banned.

Run a quick Google search "affiliate name AdWords" to find if this affiliate program is banned on Google's property.

 

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Hi Tabish,

 

An advertiser can drive traffic to different product specific landing pages.

 

But at the same time if the website comes under Adwords Bridge page policy, the site will be suspended (I am suspecious here as you said your client is an affiliate).

 

Please find more info about Bridge Page pilicy here.

 

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he is using just pay per call only programs, so no links transfering to other pages. a simple landing page with a phone number & related content.

 

In Theory, he dont even need a webpage actually if he is only targetting mobile with the option of click to call only.

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This is interesting. In this case if advetising is allowed based on content relevancy (if) it will be a work around for a lot of advertisers. I am not sure about approval for such a site under present policy.

 

Waiting for a confirmation from policy experts.

 

 

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Hi tabish

 

>> " a simple landing page with a phone number & related content."

 

 

The issue is: content. And hopefully, the affiliate program, the client is joining, is not on Google's list of "no added value" affiliates, and thus banned.

Run a quick Google search "affiliate name AdWords" to find if this affiliate program is banned on Google's property.

 

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Thanks Moshe, I tried to run a quick search but nothing comes up as solid "name list" if you have some handy, can you share please?

 

 

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@tabish;

Affiliate name = the name the affiliate network (e.g clickbank)

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ahh alright Smiley Happy

 

guess its good to go with google affiliates program, my client is using it for pay per call.