Most users can now benefit from the resolution of the ‘Confusing Ad Text’ problem by Google Ads

Google Ads has finally addressed the issue of “Confusing Ad Text” and other content quality label errors that have been affecting users for the past two weeks. While the majority of affected users have seen a resolution to the problem, Google Ads is still working to restore the service for those who are still impacted.

The backlog for self-service appeals related to these content quality labels has been significantly reduced, meaning that if you wish to file an appeal, the processing time should be quicker than it has been. However, it’s important to note that some appeals are still in progress, but asset-level labels have already been removed. If you receive an appeal notification, you can safely ignore it as it will expire after five days.

If your campaign is still being affected by these issues, it’s reassuring to know that the problem lies with Google Ads and not with your own advertising efforts. Google Ads is actively working to resolve the problem and expects to have it fixed soon.

In the meantime, Google suggests a workaround for advertisers who are still experiencing the issue. By uploading new assets or editing existing ones to replace those that are currently labeled, you can avoid the content quality labels. For example, if you have a text asset labeled as “Confusing Text: Buy this now,” you can edit it to say “Buy this today,” and the new asset will not be labeled.

Overall, it’s important for advertisers to stay informed about any updates or changes regarding these content quality labels. Google’s announcement provides more detailed information for those who want to dive deeper into the issue.

As Google Ads continues to work on resolving this problem, it’s crucial for advertisers to stay patient and follow the suggested steps until a fix is implemented. Rest assured that Google Ads is aware of the issue and is actively working to provide a solution as soon as possible.

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