Google Ads has introduced a new tool for mass auditing disapproved ads.
The Disapproved Ads Editor tool flags and optionally removes ads that violate policies in an advertiser’s account. It allows advertisers to check their accounts, analyze disapproved ads, and ensure they always comply with Google Ads policies.
The tool is based on a Python script that can be run in one of the following modes:
- “Audit mode” – export disapproved ads from accounts.
- ” Delete mode “ – delete currently disapproved ads and log data.
Technical details can be found on Github. The project page notes that the solution was developed by Google employees, but is not an officially supported product of the company.
The tool will be useful for those advertisers who manage a large number of accounts and ads.
Recall that at the end of December last year, Google Ads began to change the status of disapproved ads in accordance with the new advertising rules.
Source: Google Developer Blog