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Hi,

 

I do find it interesting that you are actually able to run ads for your product.  According to the AdWords Policy - Healthcare and medicine, it states under the heading 'Unapproved pharmaceuticals and supplements' - "Products that imply or claim that they're as effective as prescription erectile dysfunction drugs" are not allowed.

 

How did you manage to get around that?

 

First of all, as a guy, if I happened to be searching for information regarding sexual issues, the last thing I would want is a video to kick in the second I hit your page.  I would imagine that this issue is quite sensitive for those that are afflicted and by immediately launching that video, they're basically announcing to whoever is withing earshot "Are you worried that your partner is not being satisfied".  I'd click off the page immediately too. As far as the checkout page is concerned, perhaps they see the price and leave, it's really difficult to tell.   

 

-Tom

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Hey,

 

Why did you edit your post? 

 

-Tom

 

Edit:  For anyone who lands on this thread and doesn't understand because the OP removed his whole elaborate question, here is the URL in question: http://goo.gl/6cTdb

 

 

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OHH...Tom;

Thanks for linking the site, to keep your answer in context with the OP.

Strange that the OP deleted his question. It could serve as a good example for Policy violation...

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Hi,

 

I do find it interesting that you are actually able to run ads for your product.  According to the AdWords Policy - Healthcare and medicine, it states under the heading 'Unapproved pharmaceuticals and supplements' - "Products that imply or claim that they're as effective as prescription erectile dysfunction drugs" are not allowed.

 

How did you manage to get around that?

 

First of all, as a guy, if I happened to be searching for information regarding sexual issues, the last thing I would want is a video to kick in the second I hit your page.  I would imagine that this issue is quite sensitive for those that are afflicted and by immediately launching that video, they're basically announcing to whoever is withing earshot "Are you worried that your partner is not being satisfied".  I'd click off the page immediately too. As far as the checkout page is concerned, perhaps they see the price and leave, it's really difficult to tell.   

 

-Tom

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Re: simplerado

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Hey,

 

Why did you edit your post? 

 

-Tom

 

Edit:  For anyone who lands on this thread and doesn't understand because the OP removed his whole elaborate question, here is the URL in question: http://goo.gl/6cTdb

 

 

Tommy Sands, AdWords Top Contributor | Community Profile | Twitter | Philly Marketing Labs
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Re: simplerado

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OHH...Tom;

Thanks for linking the site, to keep your answer in context with the OP.

Strange that the OP deleted his question. It could serve as a good example for Policy violation...

Moshe, AdWords Top Contributor , Twitter | Linkedin | Community Profile | Ad-Globe
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sorry i was out for long and wasnt able to daily monitor this post, thats why i decied to delete it but i just post it back. Thanks a lot Tom