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Why Is There No Google Search Console Demo Account

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Why Is There No Google Search Console Demo Account


Some folks are asking why there isn’t a demo account for Google Search Console like there is for Google Analytics. John Mueller said Daniel Waisberg and the Google Search Console team looked into it but it is “super hard, and requires constant maintenance.” That is why they have not done it yet.

He added on Twitter that “you can’t just create fake sites and make useful data, & you can’t just take a known-bad site since it won’t have useful data.” So he said while the idea of a demo account is “not dropped forever” it is something that is “not trivial” to just set up.

So you know, Google Analytics does have a demo account that is populated with data from the Google Merchandise Store and Flood-It. You can access the various demo account over here. The Google Merchandise Store is an ecommerce site that sells Google-branded merchandise. There are both Universal Analytics and Google Analytics 4 properties based on the ecommerce site. Flood-It! is a simple yet exciting strategy puzzle game in which you have to flood the whole game board with one color in fewer than the allowed steps. The game is available for download on Android and iOS. There is a Google Analytics 4 property for Flood-It! containing games reporting and data from the app and website.

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Google Ads To Disallow Some Skin Lightening Products

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Google Ads To Disallow Some Skin Lightening Products

Google Ads will prohibit some skin lightening products starting in June 2020. Any skin lightening product that imply the superiority of one skin tone over another will not be allowed to advertise on Google Ads.

Google posted this new rule over here stating “In June, Google will update the Dangerous and Derogatory policy under the Inappropriate Content section to enforce against the promotion of skin lightening products that imply the superiority of one skin tone over another. These products will be prohibited under enforcement guidance.”

Google is warning advertisers who promote such products to remove those ads before June 30, 2022. So you have until the end of June to remove it or Google will remove those ads for you.

This policy will soon be added to the Inappropriate Content Google Ads policy in June. This policy is about Google saying how they “value diversity and respect for others, and we strive to avoid offending users, so we don’t allow ads or destinations that display shocking content or promote hatred, intolerance, discrimination, or violence.”

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Source: www.seroundtable.com

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