It’s estimated that 98.5% of sites who advertise use Google Ads to generate revenue and bring in traffic. That’s a hefty number of websites who leverage the popular platform to publish and serve ads.

And while most webmasters are keenly aware that a hack can significantly impact your site’s revenue and organic rankings, malicious code or software can also affect your ability to run ads on Google and other advertising platforms.

Your Google Ads must be trustworthy and relevant — this policy applies to your website as well.

Continue reading How to Fix Google Ads Disapproved Due to Malicious Software at Sucuri Blog.

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