Disabled AdWords to be Deleted & Some Google Banned Websites to be Notified

When Google changed the AdWords system they left disabled keywords in AdWords accounts. If you did not re enable them Google will be deleting them next week.

Google is notifying some banned sites about why they were banned:

Google is trying out a pilot program to alert site owners when we're removing their site for violating our guidelines.

Many people have complained about the lack of communication between search engines and webmasters. I think the Google is smart enough to realize that if they can automate better webmaster relations that means more good PR and a larger marketshare for them. Of course, automating stuff can sometimes backfire too. Surely some search marketers are going to be beta testing the new system.

Published: September 15, 2005 by Aaron Wall in google


September 16, 2005 - 3:52pm

nice move towards webmaster relationship for a search engine. slowly othersearch engines will also adopt the same I guess.

Paul P
September 16, 2005 - 10:57pm

Some information I would like to receive from Google is who (supposedly) owns the "trademarked terms" my AdWord ads are getting disabled over. I have had my ads disabled for "message center" and "low cost".

How can someone own "low cost"?

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