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Problem creating adword for clickbank product

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by loginname, Feb 11, 2010.

  1. loginname

    loginname Regular Member

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    Hi

    Since yesterday I've been tryin to create my first google adword, but they all get status Disapproved :(

    Think it has something to do with the URLs I'm using in the adword.
    The display URL is kisslips.org and domain URL is
    http://kisslips.com/?hop=loginname

    kisslips.org is hosted by hostgator. I've setup a redirect from that URL to the affiliate link. I suppose that should be a problem, because in ad take user to the final page (no redirecting, because I specify affiliate URL in adword)

    (The URLs I mentioned above is not real URLs, it more like an example of my problem. It describe my problem very well)

    what I do wrong here?
     
  2. 195471

    195471 Regular Member

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    The domain in your display URL has to be the same as the domain in your destination URL. You are mixing .org with .com, and I suspect that's why your ad is being disapproved.
     
  3. loginname

    loginname Regular Member

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    I will try to put the affiliate url inside the display url, so both url be the same. I report back to this thread to tell the result
     
  4. 195471

    195471 Regular Member

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    It's not advisable to put the whole affiliate URL in the display URL. You can put just the domain name as the display URL and the full URL for the destination URL. Also keep in mind that if there are multiple ads for the same domain name, G will only show one ad (this was implemented awhile back to reduce the affiliate clutter in the sponsored listings). In other words, if there's more than one affiliate promoting the same domain name, G will only show an ad for one affiliate at a time. If this is a product that converts well for you, then you may wish to get your own domain for promoting it, rather than using the product owner's domain.
     
  5. loginname

    loginname Regular Member

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    Thankd you for helping me with this :)

    When I discovered this prodcut on clickbank I discovered that a .org domain was available and still contain the keyword in .com. www.kisslips.com is product (not real url, just an example here), then I discovered that kisslips.org was available so I bought that domain. I was hoping I could use that domain somehow in the adword
     
  6. paymymortgage4me

    paymymortgage4me Junior Member

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    Are you redirecting your domain to your hoplink? If you are already doing that then you can have both the display and destination URL be your domain. When someone clicks on your ad, they would be taken to the affiliate page through your hoplink.
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  7. loginname

    loginname Regular Member

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    Yes I'm redirecting. I think I tested this scenario before, but I'll give it a shot. I report back to you guys later about my findings
     
  8. loginname

    loginname Regular Member

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    That resulted in my adword becoming Disapproved
     
  9. paymymortgage4me

    paymymortgage4me Junior Member

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    Is adwords disapproving redirected domains now? I didn't know that. Maybe it's because you're trying to redirect to an affilliate link? You could try setting up a free blog at blogger and choose to have a custom domain, it asks you that when you're setting up the blog. Just set up a simple landing page with a review of the product you're trying to promote. Or you could put your hoplink in an iframe on your blog so all they see is the affiliate page.
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  10. AGSniper

    AGSniper Regular Member

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    I'm not sure, but they may be disapproving redirects. I tried to redirect one of my URLs recently, and it kept getting rejected for URL problems. I tried multiple variations and tried to fix it, but I had no luck.