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Adwords Bridge Policy (Affiliate) - How to Avoid it?

Discussion in 'Adwords' started by ruger999, Jan 9, 2014.

  1. ruger999

    ruger999 Newbie

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    Hey,
    I want to start promoting an affiliate website on adwords.
    I am willing to customize the site in any manner in order to avoid being tagged as a bridge page, but I just can't find good info on how to do it.


    I've seen https://www.en.adwords-community.com/t5/Ad-Approvals-and-Advertising/How-to-properly-do-affiliate-marketing-with-google-adwords/td-p/216847 of someone that claims that when your'e an affiliate, it's simply impossible to avoid this policy:



    On the other hand, some "super-affiliates" on certain blogs claim that it is definitely possible, and the official Adwords guidelines says that if you add a review, or make a price comparison, you should be Ok.


    In practice, I barely notice any adwords ads of affiliates being displayed on google, for whatever search terms.


    With all that contradicting info, I just can't decide what and how to do, so I'm pretty much stuck.


    Can anyone shed some light on this matter, preferably with some valid references?

    I'm looking for stable Whitehat system.


    Thanks!
     
  2. Fero555

    Fero555 Registered Member

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    You must make webpage with products comparsion and every product shold be your affiliate link.
    It is important to add QUALITY CONTENT to your page, that way you avoid bridge policy.
     
  3. IamNRE

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  4. AlreadyBanned

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    The solution is "cloaking".
     
  5. ruger999

    ruger999 Newbie

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    I'm looking forward to base a part of my income from PPC.
    I can't rely on black hat methods.