The Case of the Mysterious Blue Border

Jul 3, 2006 - 9:29 am 0 by
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Google recently enhanced the user experience within the administrative section of their Internet Marketing platform AdWords. They updated the look, along with adding oft-requested features that were previously unavailable. There was coverage of recent AdWords interface changes last week at SER.

On a related note, there was a thread at WMW in which a member describes seeing a dark blue border around particular ads within the admin panel, and wondering what the border is for. He guesses that it may be a sign to let the publisher know that the ad has been approved. Another member hypothesizes that it may have to do with whether the ads are getting impressions or not. Is this the same answer worded differently?

Short post, but curious to see if others have seen this or know of any concrete answer hosted anywhere. Join the thread at WebMasterWorld Forums.

 

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