Are squeeze pages allowed on PPC?

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Just a question, are squeeze pages allowed on PPC?

Does adcenter ban squeeze pages? I have been banned from google adwords (though I would like to get back on it)
#allowed #pages #ppc #squeeze
  • Profile picture of the author shailender
    I don't think "squeeze pages" are banned in AdCenter and Adwords. Though I never used squeeze page in PPC campaign but never heard such thing before.
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  • Profile picture of the author harry911
    Simple squeeze pages don't work in adwords anymore. You need to have a site with some sort of content to be accepted.
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  • Profile picture of the author MichelleT
    A lot of people are getting around it by using wordpress themes with a large optin box at the top and blog posts or content underneath sort of a hybrid squeeze page. An example would be the studiopress child theme "generate".
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  • Profile picture of the author Vishnu Power
    i had full wordpress site behind my adcenter offer and still was banned. they do not like us affiliates i think and should explain more after the banning.
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  • Profile picture of the author InitialEffort
    Yes, PPC allows squeeze pages. Adcenter has also begun to establish a quality rating similar to Google’s. With this, Adcenter also prohibits affiliate sites which do not have good quality rating. It checks the relevance of the keywords that you’re using with the adcopy and the landing page. No relevance will definitely reduce the quality rating and will eventually cause your account to get banned. You should design a squeeze page with opt-in, content, images, links, navigation, logo or your page’s header top (to give Google a notification that you are a real business and has something useful to offer your visitors), and important links like contact us, terms and conditions page and privacy policy.
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  • Profile picture of the author impulse
    Squeeze pages are allowed, but having content to back up a page converts much better.


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  • Profile picture of the author drewfioravanti
    Squeeze pages are against Google's TOS. You can still run them with AdCenter as far as I know.
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