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How Do I Test The Ads Before Publishing Them To Know If They Are Accepted By Google?


Hopps Team

Hi there. Welcome to Hopps help where we try to answer commonly asked questions in about two minutes. This question is related to Google ads and it is how do I test the ads before publishing them to know if they are accepted by Google? So, you don't need to test your ads per se. I guess if you wanted to try to see what you could get away with, then you can create multiple ads and see if they get approved. I think the most important thing to point out here is once you create a text ad, the review process starts right away. And within a day or two, I think officially Google says one business day, it's going to re you know, the team over there is going to try to review the ad and see if it combines with, with its policies. And depending on the type of vertical that you're advertising in healthcare finance those verticals can be a little bit, there could be some additional rules that you're going to have to take into consideration, but within a day, you should have feedback on whether or not your ad is going to run. So, interestingly, I actually, created this ad earlier today. This is just a demo account demo campaign at demo ad it's focused on hops and you can see it actually gave me this non-eligible status. And that's because you can see here, it's found a trademark issue inside of the ad. This ad contains a reference to the genius bar, which is not going to be allowed by Google. Google actually helped me create this ad. Ironically, so I would have to address this if this were a real account and I wanted to get this campaign running and generating impressions. So, to recap, as soon as you submit an ad, Google was going to review it and you're going to know whether or not the ad can run hope. This helps please visit If you want to work one-on-one with a live expert on things related to Google ads. Thanks.


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