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Can you change the content of the landing page after it has been approved?

Discussion in 'Adwords' started by Angelus_1984, May 25, 2011.

  1. Angelus_1984

    Angelus_1984 Registered Member

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    Hi guys,

    the title says it all. I mean we know Adwords doesn't like this and doesn't like that so why not give them what they want and change it afterwards?

    They can't be constantly monitoring the content of every landing page or do they use bots, which determine the change of the size of the files or any other metrics to determine changes? But even in that case most legit website change their content regularly.

    So my questions has anyone tried that? And does the direct linking by using the destination URL of keywords, still work?

    Thanks guys.
     
  2. Thatchman

    Thatchman Junior Member

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    They use bots for text ads and check banners etc manually, you will get found out if you change lP and it is not to G's liking. I got banned twice & I didn't even do anything naughty, just "continuous infringement" of LP policy.
     
  3. adsterhome

    adsterhome Regular Member

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    You can change the content. Noway GG not allow that. Such as a shop can have many products, or visitors online content, ...
     
  4. nable153

    nable153 Newbie

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    You can change your LP whenever you want, but Google's bots do crawl their adwords campaigns fairly regularly and if you're doing anything against policy, they'll find out sooner or later.... most likely sooner rather than later too.
     
  5. Angelus_1984

    Angelus_1984 Registered Member

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    Rather sonner.... that's what I reckoned. Too bad but thanks anyway.
     
  6. adsterhome

    adsterhome Regular Member

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    You can retry with next campaign without any mistake