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[Ad Copy Inside] Ad Disapproved for Spacing?!!!

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My Adwords advertisement was disapproved (A/C 451-300-7305).The reason was  Spacing.

If it is spacing, Google experts could correct them and put up the advertisement.  Many times I tried and there is always something Google says that it is gimmicky and so on. We teach English language and we don't have to resort to gimmick words to describe our courses.  If you think it looks gimmicky, Google could correct them and put on the ads. I am really fed up and am nearly given up on AdWords, sorry to say..

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[Ad Copy Inside] Ad Disapproved for Spacing?!!!

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Hi Ahmed,

 

Google doesn't edit ads. AdWords is a self-service product.

 

When spacing is given a a reason, usually it is just that. A comma after a space, or a period after a space, or a space missing.

 

If you can't see anything wrong, try typing the ad instead of copying and pasting it from elsewhere.

 

 

 

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[Ad Copy Inside] Ad Disapproved for Spacing?!!!

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Hi Ahmed,

 

Google doesn't edit ads. AdWords is a self-service product.

 

When spacing is given a a reason, usually it is just that. A comma after a space, or a period after a space, or a space missing.

 

If you can't see anything wrong, try typing the ad instead of copying and pasting it from elsewhere.

 

 

 

[Ad Copy Inside] Ad Disapproved for Spacing?!!!

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Google is not authorized to make any changes in the Advertiser's Account until you grant permission to their representatives/managers over the mail after having a telephonic communication to manage your AdWords account and make changes.


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