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Hello Experts, i have question, please look at the website. at the bottom of the page some rating product mentioned. like Stemnucell 5 rating and its clickable

and last  Jaanu 2 rating and non clickable

 

Can i mention like that in my website and run on adwords? Will Google create any issue or its fine coz its editors ratings, not testimonials?

http://bit.ly/2jl3YWz

 

 

Thanks!

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Hi Lisa,

 

First of all, almost always sites like that exist to sell products via affiliate links. Such sites are not allowed in AdWords:
promoting "bridge" or "gateway" destinations that are solely designed to send users elsewhere;
https://support.google.com/adwordspolicy/answer/6008942

 

If it is product that you are selling through a shopping cart on your site, then as long as you don't lie or mislead about the product, how you describe it is up to you, including ratings. For example, Amazon has ratings.

 

But also, if it is a health or beauty product, be very careful not to make any claims that are not scientifically proven.

 

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Hi Lisa,

 

First of all, almost always sites like that exist to sell products via affiliate links. Such sites are not allowed in AdWords:
promoting "bridge" or "gateway" destinations that are solely designed to send users elsewhere;
https://support.google.com/adwordspolicy/answer/6008942

 

If it is product that you are selling through a shopping cart on your site, then as long as you don't lie or mislead about the product, how you describe it is up to you, including ratings. For example, Amazon has ratings.

 

But also, if it is a health or beauty product, be very careful not to make any claims that are not scientifically proven.

 

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In addition to  Rob's reply: site promoting products which claim healing or cure  to / for medical conditions   are allowed only to pharma companies.

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