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Adwords keep banning me...

Discussion in 'Adwords' started by albanerendk, Dec 27, 2013.

  1. albanerendk

    albanerendk Registered Member

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    Hey,

    I got the cloaking settled and everything. Niches too. My only problem is that I am getting banned on EVERY single account that I create. I've done 7+ I think. The ads usually get approved but after that I am banned. My website VERY and ONLY informative atm. I haven't even turned on cloaking yet.

    I have a budget that says $10.000 per month. What is wrong?? If anyone can help me get passed this I'll pay you a good sum.

    I'm really desperate atm, I just want to fix this banning poblem! Hope to hear from you guys soon!

    Is it the keywords I use for the campaigns? What is it? I'm so lost...
     
  2. Disloyal

    Disloyal Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Just trying to understand better, but are you using the same name,address, credit card? For all accounts? Also are the landing pages, following adwords TOS?
     
  3. albanerendk

    albanerendk Registered Member

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    Different names, addresses, credit cards and so on. I don't know if they are following their TOS. Would you like to see an example? I think they are pretty damn legit looking if you ask me. I'll PM you my site if you wish to see it. :)
     
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    netmatrix Regular Member

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    Are you adding the same website into each of these AdWords accounts? If so, once that website has been flagged (for breaking TOS), it doesn't matter how many more accounts you open up.

    What is the reason they gave you for cancelling your account?
     
  5. OnlineA

    OnlineA Regular Member

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    Once they ban your first account, it goes downhill...and they find every one of your new ones eventually. They know its you...;)
     
  6. Paper-Boy

    Paper-Boy Elite Member

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    It could be your $10k budget.

    If it's a new account and you decide to put a big budget out of the blue then it will trigger a manual review IMO.
     
  7. Numbuh362

    Numbuh362 Elite Member

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    Get a new ip and start over, new name new address etc. Start out with a $50 budget, move up to $100, then move up to $500, then $1,000, then after a year you can move up to $10,000. This is to be 100% safe.
     
  8. roi300x

    roi300x Registered Member

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    I'm no expert in this field, BUT... one thing I can tell you is that Google is allergic to hype. This means:

    You use a headline that states your system explains how to loose 3 dress sizes in 6 weeks? BAM, you're banned! You sell a forex product promising up to 50% profit in just a few days by using your system? BAM, you're banned! You sell insurance and try to use fear based marketing and copy to increase your optin-rates? BAM, you're banned!

    You don't include privacy information on your site, you're banned. You don't have your TOS there, you're banned. But guess what... those Google guys are humans after all and they have account managers that are very happy to help you getting started with their system. Instead of using the 'trail and error' approach once again, I suggest you try this:

    Get on your phone and call an account manager. You'll reach them calling the telephone number they should have sent you when you've registered. Tell them something like 'Hi, I have a monthly budget of about $10.000 to spend, but really don't know if my site is up to your standards. Would you take a quick look at it? I'd prefer knowing upfront what to change instead of using the trail and error approach...'

    This should work wonders.
     
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  9. albanerendk

    albanerendk Registered Member

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    I use different websites. Also Google NEVER gives a reason why they ban you.
     
  10. albanerendk

    albanerendk Registered Member

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    Hmm, it might be because of the budget but I don't think it is as one of my mates is doing this with no problems. I'm supposed to talk to him later but he's so slow. >.<
     
  11. albanerendk

    albanerendk Registered Member

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    That's actually some good advice there. Btw, my wesite is very informative and no affiliate links YET. I might call them and ask if they like my site. Thanks!
     
  12. bamby

    bamby Newbie

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    nice advice, thanks