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    might sound a daft question but I had a liitle look at running an adwords campaign but it got rejected as I didn't have a licence (whatever that meant) anyone got any idea how to get a gambling campaign through as obviously people manage to do it

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    Quote Originally Posted by thebookiesoffers View Post
    might sound a daft question but I had a liitle look at running an adwords campaign but it got rejected as I didn't have a licence (whatever that meant) anyone got any idea how to get a gambling campaign through as obviously people manage to do it

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    Hi,

    It is not a license you need. If your site only provides information, then you need to apply for an "Aggregator Services" certificate.

    Here is the help center link that will help you access the application form:
    http://adwords.google.com/support/aw...&answer=176014

    Note that it's also good to have a link to Gamble Aware on your page.

    It's a little frustrating but stick with it. Be sure to read their policies on how to get your ads approved. They're very fussy.

    Hope this helps!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CCJ View Post
    Hi,

    It is not a license you need. If your site only provides information, then you need to apply for an "Aggregator Services" certificate.

    Here is the help center link that will help you access the application form:
    http://adwords.google.com/support/aw...&answer=176014

    Note that it's also good to have a link to Gamble Aware on your page.

    It's a little frustrating but stick with it. Be sure to read their policies on how to get your ads approved. They're very fussy.

    Hope this helps!
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    Quote Originally Posted by thebookiesoffers View Post
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    Hi,

    If your new To PPC's and when you get approved for Google AdWords and before you spend any money, be sure you understand the difference between: 1) Broad Match, 2) Phrase Match and 3) Exact Match. It will save you a lot of money. Also, learn how to use "negative" keywords.

    The CAP has a video on 1) Broad Match, 2) Phrase Match and 3) Exact Match
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    Quote Originally Posted by CCJ View Post
    Hi,

    If your new To PPC's and when you get approved for Google AdWords and before you spend any money, be sure you understand the difference between: 1) Broad Match, 2) Phrase Match and 3) Exact Match. It will save you a lot of money. Also, learn how to use "negative" keywords.

    The CAP has a video on 1) Broad Match, 2) Phrase Match and 3) Exact Match
    Great info, CCJ. Thank you so much for that!

    And... a lot of great info on PPC Solutions for affiliates is shared in a webinar we conducted back in Nov. 2011... You can access the recording here:

    PPC for Affiliates: 3 Proven Solutions to Gain Profitable Keywords
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    Quote Originally Posted by CCJ View Post
    Hi,

    It is not a license you need. If your site only provides information, then you need to apply for an "Aggregator Services" certificate.

    Here is the help center link that will help you access the application form:
    http://adwords.google.com/support/aw...&answer=176014

    Note that it's also good to have a link to Gamble Aware on your page.

    It's a little frustrating but stick with it. Be sure to read their policies on how to get your ads approved. They're very fussy.

    Hope this helps!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CCJ View Post
    Hi,

    It's a little frustrating but stick with it. Be sure to read their policies on how to get your ads approved. They're very fussy.
    They are indeed very fussy and picky. Your site needs to comply with their guidelines, ie. no banner farm or few and low quality content. Can be quite a hassle. Good luck!
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