New content suitability tools
You can now manage your suitability settings for all campaigns on YouTube and the Google Display Network thanks to Google’s new content suitability center in Google Ads.
According to a Google statement, managing suitability settings “was previously done in multiple, segregated sections of Google Ads and the experience varied across Google platforms.” “This resulted in a lengthy and challenging implementation process, as well as misunderstandings and improper use of the controls. Exclusions can be useful tools, but brands should be careful about the kinds of content they choose to leave out. Your cost and reach may suffer if you over exclude. Inadvertent exclusion of excellent, brand-safe content or content pertinent to various communities is another risk, according to Google.
a fresh suitability center. You can manage the suitability controls from a single point of entry by using the new suitability center in Google Ads. You can quickly set your preferences for inventory modes and exclusions across YouTube and the Google Display Network using the content suitability center.
More specifics. You can now choose from one of the three inventory modes when you enter the new suitability center in Google Ads. According to Google, inventory modes “cater to your preferences for various sensitive themes, such as profanity, sexual suggestion, and violence.” From that point, you can adjust more exclusions. Google Ads will now automatically apply these settings to your upcoming campaigns once you’ve specified your preferences at the account level.
justification for our concern. This should help you save time, minimize mistakes, and manage these controls in a more centralized manner. In the upcoming months, Google said it will share more information to help users “continue to align with what works best for your brand identity and navigate the expanding landscape of content.”