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"Final Warning" for approved ad

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Johndishwasher;

Since, as of the moment, Google suspension policy is "for life", I would suggest that you would NOT use any of your partner's IDs, that had been used on the account that was suspended. (neither the same landing page, nor the domain name...and surely, a credit card that is not yours.)

There have been number of discussions on this forum on Google's "tough"susspension policy, with a few suggestions how to allow advertisers to start advertising again, afer a ban was forced/ imposed - but, as of now, Google is not responsive.

 

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Hello John,

 

Have you talk to adwords support, if you haven't yet, it would be better you disucss your campaign or issues with adwords representative.

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I was just searching the adwords policy index for rules guiding adult content.  It says very clearly that adult content is allowed:

 

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

 

"Ads marked as "Approved (adult)" typically contain sexual imagery or language in ad text or on the ad's website. Some examples include ads that promote sites with nude images, ads whose text promotes finding sex partners, and text with obscene content."

 

Given that ads for adult content and containing adult content are allowed (albeit, they get marked adult), I can't imagine what this warning is about.

 

Is there some aspect of adwords policy that they're omitting from their policy index?

 

The more I read, the more capricious this all seems.