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Domain Whitelisting process in Google Ads
Domain Whitelisting process in Google Ads
Updated over a week ago

At a glance: this article aims at providing knowledge about the process to be undertaken if you want your domain to be whitelisted on Google to run ads.

Trackier's default tracking domain,, has been whitelisted on Google, so there is no need to get any subdomains associated with this domain whitelisted.

For the whitelisting process, only independent domains must be submitted.

In order to get the domains whitelisted, the clients need to fill a form with all the domains they seek whitelisting for. Google reviews all the campaigns created in google ads from that domain, it needs to have a force transparent parameter included in the tracking link.

Step 1: Fill out the Form

In order to whitelist your domains, you will need to fill out a form with all the domains that you wish to have whitelisted. Be sure to include all domains since they must all be passed over for approval in order to be whitelisted.

Overview of the sections of the form

  • Request Type : If you already have Google certification for your domains and want to add more, select 'Yes'; otherwise, select 'No'.

  • The Next 13 questions (from ‘request type’ to ‘product name’) : These questions are specific to your company and need to be filled as per the requirement.

  • Are there already Google Ads advertisers that use your click-tracking service? Is your Clicktracker already in use on Google Ads by your Customers? : For this question, both agencies and brands have to fill ‘NO’ as they are not click tracking software like Trackier.

  • Privacy Policy URL : Clients need to provide their privacy policy URL here.

  • Does your privacy policy cover these new domains? The Privacy Policy that you provide for your Clicktracker technology : The answer should ideally be 'yes,' otherwise Google will request changes to the privacy policies submitted.

  • Please provide the domains you wish to certify, and a full working example of a click tracker, used by your customers in their advertising The domain(s) that you are using for your clicktracker technology : Here, the client needs to provide all the domains they wish to certify.

  • Please share the transparency parameter you use in your click tracker : Here the following needs to be submitted:

  • Do you already comply with our transparency guidelines : Here ‘Yes’ needs to be selected.

  • Is the domain set in public registration? : This is a client specific question and they need to answer accordingly. This is for the ones who may have GDPR restrictions.

All of the above questions are mandatory, and at the end, you have the option to ask any additional questions if there are any.

Step 2: Relax and Wait

Once you have finished and submitted the form, all you have to do now is wait. Google will review your form and domains and let you know when everything has been whitelisted. Google typically takes around 7-10 working days to respond to the submission.

Whitelisting Process Summary

To sum this up, you need to fill a form with all the domains you wish to have whitelisted. Additionally, all campaigns created in Google Ads must include a 'force transparent' parameter in their tracking links which can be appended in the link via an option available in the Trackier panel. Finally, you just need to wait for the whitelisting process to be completed.

NOTE : Check this KB to know about Trackier's Google ads link.

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