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URL is a Google Form and its saying This doesn't meet editorial guidelines. Please assist.

 

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Editorial guidelines

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If you share the URL we might have some insights for you.

 

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Here is the URL:
https://goo.gl/forms/O1oFhL0o4gfIkcHA2

Please let me know if this is allowed in a Display campaign. Appreciate
your help!

Editorial guidelines

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I presume the problem is with using the google.com URL. Other AdWords users who use Google Forms embed them into their own website.

 

Editorial guidelines

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Yes, ideally you should create a page and then embed the form. And, on the page, make it very clear to visitors as to what the form is about. It should work.

 

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