Google Chrome Ad Standards will support Better Advertising Standards globally starting July 9

Google Chrome Ad Standards will support Better Advertising Standards globally starting July 9

Posted by MisterSeekers.com
01 July 2019

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Google Chrome Ad Standards will support Better Advertising Standards globally starting July 9. Ads will be filtered if you do not meet the standards. Are Your Ads on Site / Blog Already Chrome Standards? If yes!!! No problem.

Google Chrome Will Block Extremely Annoying Ads Starting July 9, 2019. Next Quoted Admin from Google Support Pages: If you receive a notification that one of your sites is in a "failed" or "warning" state, it means that Google's system has detected an ad experience on your site that doesn't comply with the Better Ad Standards . To help publishers improve their advertising experience, we review sites daily and record videos of advertising experiences that have been found to be inappropriate. If your site is in a "failed" or "warning" condition, your Ad Experience Report will include this visual, along with information about Better Ad Standards and how problems can affect your site.

Although Better Advertising Standards are not currently part of the AdSense program policies, Google is a member of the global, industry-wide Coalition for Better Advertising and fully supports Better Advertising Standards. We strongly encourage AdSense publishers to view their Ad Experience Report and resolve any issues that have been identified. Here's how:

   1. Access reports
The Ad Experience Report is part of the Google Search Console, which means you must be a verified site owner to access it. You can ask the webmaster to add you as an owner or user, or verify ownership by yourself.

   2. Understand the report
If your site has been reviewed and the status is "Warning" or "Failed," the report will display videos of ad experiences that are likely to annoy or mislead your visitors. Click on desktop or mobile reports to see the specific experience identified.

Starting February 15, 2018, Chrome will filter out all ads on your site if it has been in the "Failed" review status for more than 30 days. Note that desktop and mobile reviews are managed independently. For example, if the Report shows that your site has a "Failed" status for the mobile ad experience (but not the desktop ad experience), and you don't fix the problem in 30 days notice, the ad will be filtered on Chrome on mobile devices (but not desktop devices).

   3. Fix the problem and request a review
After you identify the violating experience, you can take action to remove it. After that, explain how you resolved each problem in the "Request a review" area and click I fix this. You will receive a confirmation email saying your review is in progress.

After you resolve all issues in the Ad Experience Report, notifications in your AdSense account will disappear.

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