The landing page looks exactly like this one:
offers a deal of 80% off for a luxury hotel suite and invites to provide an email address to be reminded, when the site is up to find that deal.
These landing pages on other sites have ads working for them right now:
Apparently, they are hosted on authority sites and have a tiny bit more content, than my client's landing pages.
I've searched and found this in Google AdWords Guidelines:
Note that in the earlier SEL post, a Google rep said:
In keeping with our policies about high-quality user experiences, we advise against promoting the following types of sites. In some instances, ads for such sites will not be allowed to run. Types of sites that go against our guidelines include:
- Data collection sites that offer free items, etc., in order to collect private information. Also known as information harvesting.
It's interesting how "offer the false promise of free items" had changed to "offer free items".
* Data collection sites that offer the false promise of free items, etc., in order to collect private information."
Google used to ban a lot of sites in AdWords for wrong business models last October, but I haven't found any fresher info:
What would you suggest in this situation?
Edited by A.N.Onym, 27 August 2010 - 08:30 PM.