When I first started the campaign, it worked fine for the first two days. My quality scores were all about 7's and my click through rates were much better than I expected. I ended up with about 20 hops and 1 sale. I know this isn't really enough data to make future predictions, but I was feeling good so far.
Then, Adwords said they temporarily suspended my site because of misleading claims on my landing page. Also, they wanted me to add testimonials. I made the changes and submitted for review.
So today, they get back to me, saying that there are "still misleading and inaccurate claims" on my landing page. Here are the examples:
1. I wrote the landing page from a first person point of view, and at one point in the page, I say, "I decided this product was worth a try because everyone that tried the program was seeing serious results"
2. " Don't waste your time on expensive gimmicks that claim to (give you a certain result)...you don't need them!"
3. "Imagine what you could do with (a certain level of performance)"
I put the parentheses to summarize as to not give away the product, but it is in a sports related niche. I'm really not making any very specific claims. I feel like if I take these out, half of the (already watered down because of adwords) sales pitch is gone.
So what I am wondering is: Is Adwords going to just keep fighting me like this? I set this up a little like a blog, with a few articles, etc, and I didn't directly link to the clickbank product on my site (there is a "sign up now to get a free report" button on my site, which takes them to my mailchimp form, then it goes to the clickbank page). I feel like they're just doing it because they hate squeeze pages.
Any thoughts/suggestions? This is frustrating.