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Hi,

 

Question 1) Is there any "limit" as regards no. of times "comma" punctuation mark that can be used within the text ad copy?

 

Question 2) kindly review the text ad copy below:

 

Title: Digital Marketing Directory

 

Descp 1 & 2: Complete SEO Benefits, Low Inclusion Cost. Ad Your Listing Today!

 


Thanks,

Linda Jones

 

 

 

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September 2015

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Hi Linda,

 

Welcome to Adwords Community! Smiley Happy

 

Your adcopy seems fine to me.

 

You can read Punctuation & Symbol Policy here.

 

Thanks
Neha

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September 2015

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Here is what Google says-
Google AdWords doesn't allow ad text that uses gimmicky or unnecessary punctuation or symbols, like the following:
Exclamation mark in the ad title
More than one exclamation mark in the ad text
Repeated punctuation or symbols
Symbols, numbers, and letters that don't adhere to their true meaning
Bullet points
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Ads copy is Good, it can be better if you show Minimum inclusion cost at place of "Low Inclusion cost" ,
It will make only user click who can afford it and you may save unqualified clicks.

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September 2015

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# 2
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Hi Linda,

 

Welcome to Adwords Community! Smiley Happy

 

Your adcopy seems fine to me.

 

You can read Punctuation & Symbol Policy here.

 

Thanks
Neha

Neha Gupta, AdWordsTop Contributor Follow Me: My Blog | Twitter | Google+ | LinkedIn
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September 2015

Re: text ad policy

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Here is what Google says-
Google AdWords doesn't allow ad text that uses gimmicky or unnecessary punctuation or symbols, like the following:
Exclamation mark in the ad title
More than one exclamation mark in the ad text
Repeated punctuation or symbols
Symbols, numbers, and letters that don't adhere to their true meaning
Bullet points
==================
Ads copy is Good, it can be better if you show Minimum inclusion cost at place of "Low Inclusion cost" ,
It will make only user click who can afford it and you may save unqualified clicks.

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# 4
Google Employee

Hi Linda308,

 

The guys summed it up well! I just wanted to add there is a limitation of one exclamation mark per ad text. 

 

I hope we've helped!

 

Rachel