Anybody had problem with Google Adwords promoting ringtones?

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Recently i am promoting ringtones offer from CPA networks, and google
disapproved all my ads and it said something like this:

Mobile Content
Mobile Content: In order to ensure a positive user experience, we require sites promoting mobile content, including but not limited to ringtones and text message services, to do the following:

1. Prominently display the price and billing interval on the first page where users enter personal information (such as a name or phone number)

2. For services requiring a subscription, provide a checkbox or other opt-in mechanism on the first page where users enter personal information. Users must opt-in to the subscription service and price before being able to proceed on your site


Anybody experience that?How to get pass on this restriction? I am using ppc direct linking to merchant page and i did iframe the page.

I did go to search in the google, i saw a lot of others ringtones ads, when i click on them, their page also almost same with the page that i am promoting (also didn't fulfill the requirement above), but then why google approve their ads?? Confuse...

Anybody can help?

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  • Profile picture of the author bryanw
    I have the same problem.

    Big player like ringerman(.)com, they always have new ads.

    They don't have check box on their page where users fill in their phone number, why Google approve their ads?

    I guess because they are big players... or 'creative'?

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    So I am fairly new to CPA marketing and have developed my first campaign, I get a $1 for every lead and current campaign converting at about 11%. Using Bing ads I am paying around .05c per click and target close to 3000 words. Because I am bidding so low for keywords I only get about 20 clicks per, but I am try to make up with volume and research new low cost keywords. Traffic is driven direct to a landing page and then to the offer. At first I was capturing emails and then directed to the offer but found conversions even lower, also for this campaign I have no real interest is staying in contact with the people who sign up to the offer.

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    I'm really good at turning over content quick; what slows me down is research and also bidding on projects. I've read that Textbroker is far superior to iWriter in terms of number of jobs and approval rate (apparently the later is marketed to content buyers in a way that creates really high expectations and high rejection rates as a result). Is there any true competitor to Textbroker in terms of job volume? I've heard Constant Content is also good, a bit less on the volume but much higher paying.