14 Mar 08
29 Dec 10 3:44 am
You might want to read Googles landing page policy guidelines.http://adwords.google.com/support/aw/bi ... swer=46675
A couple of things that stand out to me are this...
1. affiliates that use the following types of pages:
Bridge pages: Pages that act as an intermediary, whose sole purpose is to link or redirect traffic to the parent company.
Must Provide substantial information. If your ad links to a page consisting mostly of ads or general search results (such as a directory or catalog page), it must also provide additional, unique content.
(your site does not have any other links to a main site attached.. it is just a page designed to redirect people to an affiliate offer)
In order to build trust with users, your site should be explicit in three primary areas: the nature of your business; how your site interacts with a visitor's computer; and how you intend to use a visitor's personal information, if you request it. We’ve listed some tips on maximizing your site's transparency below.
Your site should:
Openly share info about your business and clearly define what your business is or does. Distinguish sponsored links from the rest of your site content
I would also read this post on quality scores.http://www.affilorama.com/pay-per-click ... ore-in-ppc
Not sure if that helps but Google does what it likes and when it wants to do it.
Hope you sort it out.
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