Understanding Policy: Misrepresentative Content

Understanding Policy: Misrepresentative Content


Hi everyone. My name is John Brown
and I lead our external outreach efforts, representing the Publisher Policy team. Today, I want to talk about
our Misrepresentative Content Policy. Why did we create this policy? Users don’t want to be misled by
the content they engage with online. For this reason, we don’t allow Google ads
to be placed on pages that misrepresent, conceal, or mistake
information about you, your content, or the primary
purpose of your web property. This includes
impersonating Google products to include mimicking
our products user interfaces, phishing schemes for user information, enticing users to engage with
content under false or unclear pretenses, false association with Google, which would
be sites using Google brand features in a manner that implies
false endorsement by Google, scams and content that misleads,
which can include get-rich-quick schemes, multi-level marketing,
and obvious pyramid schemes. Trust in digital
advertising is so important. Users must trust
that content on a publisher site is legitimate with clear navigation. If a user engages with an ad, it should be
because they had genuine intent to do so. Simply put, we don’t want users to feel
misled by sites that we help monetize. In addition, advertisers must
trust that publisher content is acceptable for their brands. Misleading content can create
a negative user association with the advertisement and the brand. Our ultimate goal is to help facilitate
a healthy digital advertising ecosystem. The futures of Google
and our partners are linked, and we believe in fostering
an environment where users, advertisers, and publishers can all thrive. By valuing each party equally, we help
in the sustainability of our industry. We hope this video helps
you to better understand our Misrepresentative Content Policy. You can find more videos
explaining our policies within the policy playlist on our channel. Thank you.

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    ankit kumar

    I am getting trouble in earning😢
    Too much earning goes invalid. About 50%+ more of earning. I think it must be worst in my life

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    ankit kumar

    Suno be benchod adsense….bahut dollar kaat liya madherchutiya…
    Agli baar kaata toh kaat ke rakh denge …lode ka company chutiya sala

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    Harish Bhathee

    Thanks for Video. It may help us a bit more to understand policies much deeper. But like always it seems like open End. No clearity. I want to know Exactly what You want to say with these terms "Impersonating Google Products to include mimicing our products user interfaces".
    Does it means that Tutorials about Gmail Tricks & Youtube & about other Google products is against Google Adsense Policies.

    Please Reply If You can or Leave a link that Describe it in Detail.

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    Lee Luke Porter

    Anyone here know when this stupid message will go away? We're working on setting you up. This usually takes less than a day, but in some cases it can take a bit longer. We'll notify you when everything's ready. Then start earning money by placing ads.

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