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Adwords Adult Advertising WTF?

Discussion in 'Adwords' started by xrayxrayers, Sep 6, 2014.

  1. xrayxrayers

    xrayxrayers Newbie

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    I have a adult webcam site that i promoted with Adwords for over a year. After a current update to the terms of rules around June i was not allowed to promote that website, until it complies with their new guidelines. My question is why do they still allow websites such as livejasmin, myfreecams, and a dozen other big name cam sites, still promote their websites with google adwords? Those sites are all promoting sexually explicit content, which is what google claims they don't allow anymore. How are these cam sites getting away with it and google seems to not even care, but only go after the small sites. Any advice would be great let me know what you guys think.
     
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    DanTe_0101 Senior Member

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    Maybe because they spend millions of $$ in advertising and google doesn't want to let this money go....
     
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  3. xrayxrayers

    xrayxrayers Newbie

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    That is what i'am guessing but. That falls under unfair practices does it not?
     
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    Money talks and fairness walks.
     
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    xrayxrayers Newbie

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    When promoting adult content, you may not do any of the following:

    • violate applicable laws or regulations for any location that your campaign targets
    • target minors
    • promote sexually explicit content
    • promote content with underage or non-consensual sexual themes
    • promote escort services or other services that may be interpreted as providing sexual acts in exchange for compensation
    All I had to do is type "sex cams" In Google and several of those sexually explicit sites appeared, under ADS.
    When i talked to google they said they where cracking down on every site promoting sexually explicit content on adwords.
    Apparently they are just leaving the big ones, and taking all the small ones out so there is no competition for smaller businesses under adwords.
     
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    bitgrimmy BANNED BANNED

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    Money talks everything, Big sites spend millions of dollars in advertising, and google doesn't want to let that money go, that is the only reason.
     
  7. Iceman1978

    Iceman1978 Registered Member

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    Was it a white label?
     
  8. xrayxrayers

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    No it is not a white label. They claim it had nudity and sexual arousing.... Which is what most cam sites have. Apparently the big name ones where not affected by their new policy.
     
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    Prohibited adult content (never allowed)

    Here are some examples of content that we don't allow:


    Sexually explicit content
    [​IMG] Text, image, audio, or video of graphic sexual acts intended to arouseExamples: Hardcore pornography; sex acts such as genital, anal, and oral sex; masturbation; cartoon porn or hentai.





    I guess that does not apply to livejasmin, imlive, xcams, or the other major cam sites still on adwords......
     
  10. Culuy

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    This happens because those are big brands and hence they pay more money than small-timers. Kind of reminds me of weight watchers and some dating websites on fb. I don't think there is anything you can do it about it.