Google's guide to UGC [infographic]

Posted by Wordtracker on 11 May, 2022
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Check out Google's resources on incorporating user-generated content on your web page.

Advertisers are increasingly sensitive to consumer pressure and care about the kind of content their ads appear next to on a web page. These pages may include user-generated content such as comment sections and Google holds publishers responsible for moderating these features.

Over the past year, Google has released a number of resources to help publishers troubleshoot and solve UGC issues:

and their infographic provides an overview guide to incorporating UGC on your page. (Click to enlarge)

Source: Google

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