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Remarketing platform for sensitive products

Discussion in 'Other PPC Networks' started by nakstiigala, Feb 3, 2016.

  1. nakstiigala

    nakstiigala Newbie

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    Hi, everyone!

    Hope that you are doing great.

    I've been researching remarketing platforms, since Google is quite limiting when it comes to sensitive products.

    I was wondering if any of you could recommend PPC remarketing platform that would accept sex toy and or overweight surgeries websites for remarketing?

    Thank you in advance
     
  2. Swaggatron

    Swaggatron Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    To make the best in your situation try white hat methods. From what I have read, many sensitive products are having a tough time with Google. If you are planning to switch to other platforms, know that Google is watching you through their algorithms and IPs. If you have problems only with content or product, then work on it first.
     
  3. LucidMarketing

    LucidMarketing Regular Member

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    I once set up a campaign for sex toys with no problems. It was search but I don't see anything in the rules that would prevent a remarketing campaign. Other than staying away from some words. Same for overweight surgeries.

    I had a client once who sold supplements and told him that as long as he had the weight loss ones and using the terminology he was, Google would not allow him advertising on search. I was right. He refused to change. A few months later, he came back to me and said to try a remarketing campaign since he gets a lot of traffic naturally. I said it wouldn't fly but did it anyway. Google never accepted those ads either because of the one thing he said on his site about the weight loss pills, even though the remarketing ads were generic.

    In short, doesn't matter if it's search, display or remarketing, their rules have to be followed. You may have a bigger issue with the surgeries than the sex toys but I don't know the details.