Google User Experience

Google Shopping Key Policies – User Experience: Landing Page Content

Google’s Policy: “Google Shopping requires that after clicking a product listing, a user should end up on a landing page that works properly and displays a product offer that is essentially identical to the product listing you submitted to Google...

Google Shopping Key Policies – User Experience: Landing Page Quality & Parked Domains

Google’s Policy: “Google Shopping prohibits product listings that lead to websites that don’t provide the user with unique and valuable content on the landing page domain.” What It Means: Google has certain requirements in place, called...

Google Shopping Key Policies – User Experience: Landing Page Quality & Mirroring/Framing

Google’s Policy: “Google Shopping prohibits product listings that lead to websites that don’t provide the user with unique and valuable content on the landing page domain.” What It Means: Google has certain requirements in place, called...

Google Shopping Key Policies – User Experience: Landing Page Quality & Duplicate/Borrowed Content

Google’s Policy: “Google Shopping prohibits product listings that lead to websites that don’t provide the user with unique and valuable content on the landing page domain.” What It Means: Google has certain requirements in place, called...

Google Shopping Key Policies – User Experience: Landing Page Quality & Arbitrage

Google’s Policy: “Google Shopping prohibits product listings that lead to websites that don’t provide the user with unique and valuable content on the landing page domain.” What It Means: Google has certain requirements in place, called...

Change in AdWords policies for September 2014

Google has announced a new set of policies for AdWords that affects all sellers. The new policies cover four areas: Prohibited content Prohibited practices Restricted content Editorial and technical Many sellers have experienced early enforcement of some...