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Hello everyone,

 

I'm new to AdWords and i want to know one thing (probably was asked somewhere, but I couldn't find it)- how can I find out if specific sites are included in GDN? I read that it can be found somewhere in their code, but had no luck so far.

 

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Another way is to look at the ads on the site and check for the "AdChoices" icon on the upper right corner and click on it. If it directs you to a google page, there's a good chance that site is part of the GDN.

See this:
https://support.google.com/adsense/troubleshooter/1631343?hl=en

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Hi there,

 

You can use Display Planner to find if a website is GDN partnered. Steps here.

 

Good luck,

Sumanth

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Hello Ognjen, Please follow Sumanth's suggestion. To know more please go thorough this video

 

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Thank you both for quick response. I read the articles before I started this topic, but still found some things strange. For example when I'm searching for placements and under the field "Your customers are interested in" enter site domain, sometimes it offers me that specific site as a placement, and other times it doesn't. There is problem with www (as I understood). For instance- on some occasions when I entered www.example.com, it didn't offer me that site as a possible placement (after which I thought www.example.com wasn't in GDN). But then when I searched again, entering only example.com, it showed that this specific site is in GDN... So I wondered if there is another way of finding out if the specific site is in GDN? (sorry if I missed the answer in links you provided)
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Accepted by topic author Ognjen K
September 2015

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Another way is to look at the ads on the site and check for the "AdChoices" icon on the upper right corner and click on it. If it directs you to a google page, there's a good chance that site is part of the GDN.

See this:
https://support.google.com/adsense/troubleshooter/1631343?hl=en