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Hi, a quick few questions...l havn't used AW for some time, and remember last time l used it, l had to create a website, with content and put the optin page below the fold on one of the last pages, which not surprizingly was useless.

But do they allow an AW advert to link to a page on your site with a product advert, or is it the same nonsense as a squeeze page and it has to be put on another page the link does not go to?

And if so can l use an affiliate product instead of my own, or is AW still snarky about Clickbank products?

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  • Profile picture of the author Oziboomer
    I think as long a you've got some other content on the page that is congruent to the ad and you have other navigation and don't breach their standard terms of service you shouldn't have an issue.

    You would want to have some decent content that matched the intent of the searcher so you can get your quality score up.

    You will run into trouble if trying to link solely to a squeeze page with thin content and poor navigation.

    Best regards,

    Ozi
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    • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
      Originally Posted by Oziboomer View Post

      I think as long a you've got some other content on the page that is congruent to the ad and you have other navigation and don't breach their standard terms of service you shouldn't have an issue.

      You would want to have some decent content that matched the intent of the searcher so you can get your quality score up.

      You will run into trouble if trying to link solely to a squeeze page with thin content and poor navigation.

      Best regards,

      Oziboomer
      Ok, thanks, l don't want to push my luck with these jokers, or waste a week running through their TOS, war and piece bible.

      But l may have to skip through it to make sure.

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  • Profile picture of the author oghenk
    I think you need to make a review page about Clickbank products.
    So we point adword ads to the review page that we created it.
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    • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
      Originally Posted by oghenk View Post

      I think you need to make a review page about Clickbank products.
      So we point adword ads to the review page that we created it.
      Went through their TOS, which was pretty useless in regards to if l can send traffic to a product or not.

      Probably stay with other ways to throw traffic at a squeeze page instead.

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  • Profile picture of the author Mabu Map
    Yeah man, you can create a subdomain

    then create a review page of the clickbank product that you want to promote

    That would be friendly and getting higher conversions too
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  • Profile picture of the author IGotMine
    If it's a "bridge" page it will not be allowed no matter how you structure it. The thing G is trying to prevent is people landing on a site that just "bridges" the gap to an affiliate site. If you own the product there is no problem.
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  • For affiliate products, you need to create your own landing page (either a review page, registration or sign-up page). Other than that, you may want to use Bing Ads which is more affiliate friendly.
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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    The best way to stay in the clear is to create a site with content (no squeeze page, and no hover ads), that looks like an actual site - but still has your affiliate/product link in the places where they need to be. I built a "ready-to-go" wordpress site in 3-days for a client promoting Clickbank University, and so far the campaign is going well on Google Ads.
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  • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
    Originally Posted by InternetMarketingMadeEZ View Post

    For affiliate products, you need to create your own landing page (either a review page, registration or sign-up page). Other than that, you may want to use Bing Ads which is more affiliate friendly.
    Tried bing in the past and it never made a cent. They are more flexible but their traffic is s***t.

    Originally Posted by Randall Magwood View Post

    The best way to stay in the clear is to create a site with content (no squeeze page, and no hover ads), that looks like an actual site - but still has your affiliate/product link in the places where they need to be. I built a "ready-to-go" wordpress site in 3-days for a client promoting Clickbank University, and so far the campaign is going well on Google Ads.
    Three days, if your clients adwords account isn't suspended in the next few weeks l will keep it in mind.


    More likely that l will set up the new site, avoid adwords, maybe try bing if l can link it to a sqeeze page, (it may work for signups and backend sales) and concentrate on JV setups.

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  • Profile picture of the author Paam
    Create a review page of the clickbank product that you want to promote. it will help you
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