Google Ads has a policy that it can immediately and without notification, suspend your Google Ads account, if you break the Google Webmaster Guidelines. This is not a new policy, it goes back years and years however it may amaze some folks that there is this overlap between natural and paid search.You can see the standard over here: It states “The following is not allowed: Engaging in practices that break the Google Webmaster Guidelines. Examples (non-exhaustive): Keyword stuffing, masking, sneaky redirects, entrance pages, spamming social media network websites.” Google said “violations of this policy will not result in instant account suspension without previous caution. A warning will be issued, a minimum of 7 days, prior to any suspension of your account.”Again, this is not brand-new, but it is necessary to repeat: looks like it has actually been there for a while— Barry Schwartz (@rustybrick) October 14, 2021 Fwiw I dont think we do this for all type of spam, and “pure spam” is pretty rare, generally not something sensible people would argue about.– & #x 1f9c0; John & #x 1f9c0; (@JohnMu) October 14, 2021 Have any of you ever got a Google Ads account suspension over a web designer standards violation?This type of advises me of the time where Google added a web designer standard that prohibits block advertisements and then the following day eliminated that guideline.Forum conversation at Twitter.