No one is working on the account.I actually do everything ,at least I am trying and Google stays silent for about a week now.Collecting reviews sounds like a good idea,but I don’t think thats the reason for my suspension.
Regarding that third party app, I am not quite sure what do you mean and where do I look for it,I haven’t use such .How do I fix that?Thanks!
Hello Daron, there are more than 200 touchpoints related to approval, and reviews is one of them.
If for example, you have a low trust score in other areas, you can increase it with reviews. Merchants that go the extra mile to resolve and improve their website, will succeed.
With regards to which app it is, if you do not know, I recommend contacting Shopify.
Just wanted to provide everyone with an update as it was myself who started the thread. Not good news I am afraid, after months of hard work I am still not back up and running.
I spent a lot of time reading the actioning the resources you recommend for my site Eco-Friendly & Sustainable Shopping – TheEcoFriendlyLivingCo but appeals were in vain. I then spoke to a outside agency who believed they could fix the issue and at first I thought they did!! But then I realised they only set up a new account and of course that one was shut down for circumventing policies, so now I have no hope of getting my ads account back up and running.
My question at this point is, does being banned for advertising affect your organic growth on Google? Everything I have read said no but I am wary and unsure of everything at this point and would like an experts view!
Thanks in advance
That is sad news. I hope you can find the spirit to continue work on your site and get approved again.
No, getting suspended from Google Ads or Google Merchant Center, has no effect on organic traffic directly.
By direct, I mean, if you advertise, it creates traffic to your site, which then indirectly increases your ranking for organic traffic.