Text ad requirements
Text ads are the most basic type of AdWords advertising, and they form the foundation for ad extensions. Text ads are subject to the standard AdWords policies. See below for information about AdWords policy issues that are commonly associated with this format.
Related policies and common disapprovals
The following AdWords policies are particularly relevant to text ads and are often associated with disapprovals.
EditorialThe standard requirements for clarity, correct spelling, and use of capitalization and symbols apply to all ads. See the Editorial policy for more information. Note the Style and spelling policies, which help maintain a clear and professional appearance for ads. For example, text ads can’t use description text to lead into the URL, use the display URL field as another line of text, or include text that appears cut off or incomplete. Also note the character limits for languages that use double-width characters.
Unclear relevanceAll information should be relevant to what you’re advertising. For example, all submitted ad creative fields must represent the same advertiser and be relevant to the promoted product. See the policy on Unclear relevance for more information.
Inappropriate contentGoogle values diversity and respect for others. For this reason, we don't allow content that offends users or that is otherwise inappropriate. See the policy on Inappropriate content for more information.
Adult contentTo keep ads relevant and safe for users, Google restricts adult content in certain circumstances. See the Adult content policy for more information. Adult-oriented content can’t run in text ads targeting the Google Display Network or DoubleClick Ad Exchange.
TrademarksGoogle may remove ads or extensions in response to trademark owner complaints. Advertisers are responsible for proper trademark use in their ad text, assets, and business information. See the Trademark policy for more information.