Supplement Police has established guidelines that are focused on governing different aspects of Advertising on the website. The guidelines also include websites and mobile applications that are directed to consumers. The websites and mobile applications that are directed to consumers are determined by our advertising networks, and are based on user interests as determined by those ad networks.
The guidelines contained in the Advertisement policy covers several issues such as the approval of advertisements by the media, how the ads should be displayed on the website, and how the advertisements contained on the site are removed. Only the staff from Supplement Police have the discretion to take any of this action. It is the media's responsibility to interpret and enforce the policy. Supplement Police also has the right to change the advertisement policy anytime they deem necessary.
The Following Are The Guidelines Of The Advertising Policy
Supplement Police has the sole discretion to determine the type of Advertising that will be accepted and displayed on the website. It is important to note that the advertisements made on the website are not endorsements for the companies that manufacture, distribute, or promote the products or services advertised.
Supplement Police does not approve of advertising that is not accurate. The Advertising is supposed to be accurate and done in a professional manner to be accepted.
Advertising Categories That Are Not Permitted
Supplement Police will not accept any illegal or ‘objectionable’ products. The website reserves the right to determine what it considers ‘objectionable’ products.
- Materials that promote discrimination or ridicule a person or a group of individuals based on personal reasons will not be accepted.
- Advertising on alcohol will not be accepted.
- Any fraudulent, misleading, or offensive material will not be accepted.
- Materials that direct their content to children under the age of 13 will not be accepted.
- Pornographic content will not be accepted.
- Media or messages that have been categorized as “M” rated video games or content will not be accepted.
- Products or services that are not reasonable will not be accepted.
- Messages and media that contain claims that have no evidence will not be accepted.
- Advertising units that go beyond the defined space will not be accepted.
Supplement Police also differentiates advertising, sponsored content, and editorial content. As a result, each of the content types is treated as a separate entity with different guidelines.
Once the reader clicks on one of the advertisements, he or she will be linked to the relevant sponsored content area that is under the website’s property.
Supplement Police reserves the right to determine how the search results for information on any keyword or topic is displayed. The content will be displayed together with its source. Sponsored content will be labeled as such, and the same guidelines apply to other information that gets filtered.
Supplement Police also follows the rules and guidelines that are provided on Google Ads and link them to the corresponding websites.
The third party content is supposed to adhere to the Advertising policy while the labeling content is governed by Supplement Police’s specified policy. Advertising is not intended to link directly to any contact information such as registration or email capture page.
Supplement Police reserves the right to approve the publication of any advertising. Supplement Police may decide to accept, reject, cancel, or remove the advertising at any time. A prompt notice will be provided in case of a cancellation, removal, or rejection.
The advertiser is obliged to comply with all domestic and foreign laws that apply to the site. The regulations may include any legends, statements, and disclosures required for legal purposes.
Advertising is not supposed to contain tags, pixels, flash containers or any other type of software that collects information. Cookies, beacons, or any other information will be filtered to protect the network from any threats.