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Using the word 'sex' in an ad.

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Are their certain words that they just do not allow?  I have an ad awaiting approval that has the term 'sex advice' in the ad and was wondering if this will be rejected.  The video is not age restricted (it's an adsense for video ad).

 

If anyone can let me know I'd appreciate it.  Thanks.

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September 2015

Re: Using the word 'sex' in an ad.

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Hello ugleeee,

 

I have seen experienced AdWords users state that you can't use "sex" within an ad description but I don't think this is entirely the case. Your ad would be classed as "adult" meaning that it can be shown within countries that allow this type of industry to be publicly advertised. Your ad will also be restricted from the view of searchers who have "Safe Search filter" enabled also.

 

You can get more information via the following link -

 

http://support.google.com/adwords/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=118297

 

Kind regards,


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Re: Using the word 'sex' in an ad.

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Hello ugleeee,

 

I have seen experienced AdWords users state that you can't use "sex" within an ad description but I don't think this is entirely the case. Your ad would be classed as "adult" meaning that it can be shown within countries that allow this type of industry to be publicly advertised. Your ad will also be restricted from the view of searchers who have "Safe Search filter" enabled also.

 

You can get more information via the following link -

 

http://support.google.com/adwords/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=118297

 

Kind regards,


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Re: Using the word 'sex' in an ad.

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Hey thanks for providing that information and clearing that up for me Scott.  We'll see what happens Monday.