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'All Caps' in Google AdWords ads



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Fabio Salvadori







PostPosted: September 23, 2003 9:18 PM 

Importance: AWA

AWA explains the conditions for using all uppercase words in AdWords ads.

AdWordsAdvisor Says: [Link to quote]

dmorison is on the right track. 'All caps' are actually OK in certain situations.
Perhaps the most common acceptable case is an industry standard acronym such as 'SARS' or 'IDSA' (Industrial Designers Society of America). Because our reviewers will not be familiar with every acronym in every industry, an ad may occasionally be disapproved in error. When this happens, simply respond to the disapproval email, and let us know the details. Ask us to add a note to the account specifying what the acronym is, and that it is approvable in the future.

Now, as to your specific question FrenchGuy: a brand name may be used in all caps if it is clear that the brand name is actually trademarked as a word appearing in all caps. The key here is consistency on your site. If the brand name appears sometimes in all caps and sometimes in upper and lower case, your ad will likely not be approved. However if it appears every single time in all caps, you are probably ok.

Bottom line, the 'all caps' question is handled on a case-by-case basis. We'll work with you to do the right thing, within the framework of our guidelines.



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