Google Ads recently released information about its tightened ads policy in 2016. And the shocking fact is that it removed more than 1.7 BILLION ads. That is an astounding number that will make you think. You would think that this would be a bad choice since that is 1.7 billion ads creating revenue for Google.

But in the long run, if Google let bad ads run wild, it will spell trouble for them in the long run. Looking towards the future is something that only the best businessmen will do. And this is something you should do as well.

So what exactly are the type of ads that Google has cracked down on last year?

 

 

 

Illegal or Illicit Products

Most of these are drugs or pharmaceutical products. As you can imagine, there are tons of these products floating around. The rest of course are illegal stuff such as illegal gambling and other unsavory products and activities.

 

Misleading Ads

If the products sounds like a miracle, it’s probably fake. There are also products and services that are advertised one way but actually do not delivery any of what is being advertised.

 

Self Clicking Mobile Ads

There’s been a lot of mobile ads that self-click as well as automatically download apps to your phone. Nobody wants that.

 

Tabloid Cloakers

Some ads for products that are not allowed try scamming Google’s system by cloaking themselves. Last year saw a huge rise in these types of scams and Google has cracked down on these pretty hard.

 

Thanks, Google.

 

The internet is a much better place because of you.

 

This year 2017 is getting looking more and more exciting as we announce a new development: long-time partner KDP (Kenya Development Palace) is now joining under the NFT brand. This is another strategic move in the ongoing crusade to conquer the both the digital landscape and global business sphere.

KDP, a solid web development Solutions Company will still remain as is. There is no change in it’s team structure and operations. KDP remains itself but will now be under the banner of NFT. For KDP’s clients, this means that they can expect more of the same high quality and professional work they have always expected.

Founded in 2009, KDP started out as a Business Process Outsourcing company specializing in web development. It has since satisfied clients around the world by creating top-notch online presence.

KDP retains its original talented team and will continue to provide quality web development, web maintenance, and web hosting. But now that they are joined as one under the NFT banner, expect even greater things as the potential level of collaboration expands possible solutions exponentially.

With KDP from Kenya joining the Philippine and Australian operations, NFT will now support 3 countries in 3 continents. NFT is now uniquely poised for exceptional Global reach. This allows NFT to cross barriers that not all digital companies can claim to provide. The teamwork between the will take teamwork to the next level as NFT services can now be provided globally.

The merge now propels NFT into a medium sized player in the IT and Digital Marketing industry. Together, NFT and its three region operation will work to ensure that our digital solutions keep up with the ever-changing technologies and are in line with the industry’s most current practices and technology.