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How to control what ads are placed?

Discussion in 'Google AdWords' started by cecil108, May 27, 2018.

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    Hi,

    I have recently signed up to Google Adwords, posted the relevant code into my Head on my site, I then noticed, and had a few comments from users about the Ads showing on my site. So, as a precaution, I removed the Adwords code from my site.

    Some of the ads were not appropriate for my website, it's a Men's Work site, to raise awareness for Men's Work and Men's Gatherings.

    I guess at the keywords involve 'Men', the ads were quite Adult in their terms and market, totally inappropriate for my site.

    How do I control what ads are shown on my site? Can I see what ads are potentially going to be shown, and say Yes/No to these?

    Or is it dependant on the Search history of the user, and my site can't control the types of ads?

    I am new to Adwords, and trying to understand how it's working? If I can't control the ads being used, I will not use it, as I can't afford to upset my visitors with inappropriate content!

    Thanks Cecil
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    cecil108, May 27, 2018 IP
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    If you are using a WordPress based website, you can try to install plug-ins for pushing ads on your website rather than manually putting the Adwords code.

    These plug-ins let you control the type of ads that will be displayed.
     
    kanhaiya91, Jun 8, 2018 IP