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Adsense ads with typos/mispellings

Discussion in 'AdSense' started by SearchBliss, Oct 28, 2008.

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    I just noticed ads running on my site with mispellings here:
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    They have "Being" instead of "Begin".

    You'd think there would be something in place to control this...wouldn't you? Has anyone else noticed this on their site?
     
    SearchBliss, Oct 28, 2008 IP
  2. sultanofseo

    sultanofseo Notable Member

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    funny, i dont think it was done on purpose, it just looks like a typo
     
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    !Unreal Active Member

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    Its not down to Google. Its down to the advertiser. I think Google would take more care.
     
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    Google's auto system,the advertiser did a tpyo mistake ((-:.He was nt able to fill a serious form where he is investing money
     
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    SearchBliss Well-Known Member

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    Did it not pick up the typo because "Being" is a word? I don't use Adwords so I don't know.
     
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    internetmarketingiq Peon

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    sounds like a job for a grammar cheecker not a spenlin cheker :)

    u Wluld thkn a big ssite like DP culd fix thisl.

    But I read a study that people don't really read words they scan them so as long as mostt o th letters are right they still undertstands. So the exampless you give iss stilll readable. But you do gotz a keen eye.
     
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    If I was paying the cost of an ad, it would be perfect.. I ran across THIS ONE about a year ago..
     
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    iLine.us Banned

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    I guess Google doesn't care, as long as they get paid for the ad being clicked! :p
     
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  9. SearchBliss

    SearchBliss Well-Known Member

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    Now THAT is funny. :D

    True, but they should do something about it. It looks like CRAP all over my site...and many others. But I don't want to filter it incase it pays well. :D
     
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    some people would advertise with typo on purpose as there are some people who will search that way. it is not upto google to catch the mistake as it may not be a mistake in the first place. it is upto advertisers which title and description they would select.
     
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    You could report that ad and the advertiser will have to fix the problems. It breaks at least 2 rules in the adword editorial policy... spelling... and the use of "Click Here".
     
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    you mean those "Click here to test your Love IQ" are not legit? OMG those are amazing ads. (yeah I gotta submit to my sarcasm, I click those Click fast to beat the fat guy sometimes)
     
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