Google Ads trademark is a policy violation where Google reduces significantly a campaign's capacity to perform correctly, limiting the number of people who can interact with the ad, in order to ensure all parties are advertising appropriately.
If your ad doesn't meet the policy requirements and is suffering from a trademark issue, it means that either you or your client have not given Wonderkind the rights to advertise for this brand.
How to solve this issue?
To solve this issue, and make sure your campaign runs smoothly, either you or your client have to fill this Google 3rd authorization request in order to run the campaign without any inconvenience. You can find the steps on how to fill out this form below:
Before submitting the Authorization request, please make sure your client has granted you the rights to advertise on their behalf.
For the first part, on the 'Relationship to the trademark owner' field, click on 'Other'. You will, then, be asked to enter your details, as well as, your company's details. For the second part, please enter your client's details, as shown in the picture below.
- First part:
- Second part:
For this step, you would need to write down the trademark that is triggering Google Ads.
Please notify Wonderkind Support that you have completed the process!
Do you have any further questions? Please reach out to your Partner Success Manager.