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Hot Niche But No Ads on Google?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by lostpassword, Aug 28, 2012.

  1. lostpassword

    lostpassword Junior Member

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    Hot niche like:
    get my ex back
    last longer in bed naturally

    have no ad at all in google US.

    Any idea why?

    If you are not from the US, just use hidemyass webproxy to see
    http://www.hidemyass.com/proxy/
     
  2. weruncompanies

    weruncompanies Power Member

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    Get ex back. TONS of high paying clickbank offers for that, just looked at that tonight. $30+.
     
  3. lostpassword

    lostpassword Junior Member

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    Yeah, but there is no ad on google for that keyword
     
  4. masterjani

    masterjani Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Those niches are expensive, Because of those reason it is not available highly
     
  5. lostpassword

    lostpassword Junior Member

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    Adwords is a bidding system. If no one bid, then the cost is 0
     
  6. proweb

    proweb Regular Member

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    There are no ads for those products on Google because of new policies Google put into place a few years ago. Specifically the "Innacurate and Misleading Claims" policy.

    Basically this policy states that you cannot promote a product that has any misleading claims on Google AdWords. What would happen is if you attempted to promote one of the above products, after a few days or so you would get an email from Google telling you your ads have been suspended for policy violation.

    I'll give you a real life example. I had a client promoting a dog training product and Google banned their ads because they claimed you could train a dog in 7 days. What we had to do to get Google to lift the suspension was to remove everything on the page that made claims that were not backed up by a 3rd party source.

    So yeah, for products like getting your ex back and lasting longer in bed, if anywhere on those pages they claim any definites (like get your ex back in 2 weeks or last 50% longer in bed) Google will not allow them to promote the site. However, if the website said "Learn how to find out why your ex left you so you can attempt to get them back" or "Learn some tricks to help your love life", then you could promote them. You just cannot have any definites.

    Take this with a grain of salt because I didn't feel like going into the exact policy (that would take several more paragraphs to fully explain it.

    Hope this helps.