29 Sep 09
24 Oct 10 3:27 pm
I've had the 'bridge page' message one time.
What I had to do was create another page in between the landing page and the google click. So basically you need to link to a page that has no obviously screaming links that say 'click here' 'download now' etc. right after that someone clicks your ad. What you can do is make an index page where users can browse ahead to their topic or split the page in two; half of the article content without links, and then a 'next page' where your articles links are displayed.
See, right now your visitors are simply told to immediately leave your website and hence, your site is a bridge page. They're not wrong, that's exactly what we want the visitors to do, but Google doesn't see it that way.
Hope you get my point, and if it helps, I've managed to overcome the bridge page message by fixing it that way.