• f-lops-y

    maybe it will fall under ‘Fake Documents’ which already covers ‘…promotion of services that allow people to hire others to take standardised tests for them.’

    It’s nice to see the morally responsible side of Google raising it’s head every now and then.

  • f-lops-y

    Actually, come to think of it, they take a moral stance in instances like this, but when it comes to major revenue generators that are not exactly morally correct, they don’t always take the high road.

    e.g. Anyone can bid on branded terms, like Nike – which pushes the CPC up unnecessarily, though no-one but the brand name holder can actually use the text in the visible ad copy [and that isn't always enforced either]. I think that if you can bid on a term you should be able to display it, or better yet, if the brand term is going to be protected, then do it should be fully protected.

  • http://www.gowholesale.com kari

    One other thing you can’t advertise – replica or fake products. They’ve been on and off the fence until recently – now those ads are off completely.

    So, what about article writing services? Who’s to say that these essay writers won’t just change their ad text and landing pages to focus on “article” or “content” writing?

  • http://www.gowholesale.com kari

    Actually, they are still straddling the fence – look up “wholesale replica handbags” and there are most definitely ads that say “fake”.