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== Shock or not shock? ==
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== Shock or No Shock? ==
Many people ask why an advertisement was given a “shock” mark during moderation because there are no bloodied body parts or horrible monsters from horror films in the picture. <br>
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Many people wonder why an advertisement was given a ‘shock’ mark during moderation even when there aren’t any bloodied body parts or anything vulgar present in the ad. <br>
Let us try to explain in more detail what a “shock” is and why this mark is assigned in a particular case. <br>
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Let us explain in more detail what a “shock” advertisement is, and why this mark is assigned to various cases. <br>
  
'''Shock''' are images with photographs of diseases, people or their separate parts of the body with various pathologies, people under the influence of alcohol or drugs, pictures containing light sexual (erotic) undertones, shots from horror films and other unaesthetic images . By unaesthetic, in this case, may include images, the content of which does not contain any of the above items. For example: too close-up of individual parts of the body; untidy appearance, be it a person or another object; "Amateur" photos, the contents of which can not be regarded as "promotional material." <br>
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'''The shock''' status is given to ads that contain images of diseases, close-up shots of one’s body parts, people under the influence of alcohol/drugs, pictures containing sexual (erotic) undertones, shots from horror films and other unaesthetic images.  
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Not very aesthetically pleasing ads that include images of close-up of private body parts, untidy appearance whether of a person or an object. Ameteur pictures with not much thought put into won’t be regarded as promotional material. <br>
 
Some examples of such images. (image 1) <br>
 
Some examples of such images. (image 1) <br>
 
[[File: Shok1.png | alt = Shock | center | frame | image 1]]
 
[[File: Shok1.png | alt = Shock | center | frame | image 1]]
But such materials will be admitted without a shock mark. (image 2) At the same time, these images show the same objects and body parts, as in the pictures above. <br>
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As you can see, there isn’t a huge difference between pictures shown in image 1 and those in image 2. However, pictures in image 1 would be marked as shock images, while pictures in image 2 would not. This is mainly because of the unaesthetic nature of the pictures included in image 1. <br>
 
[[File: Shok2.png | alt = Not Shock | center | frame | image 2]]
 
[[File: Shok2.png | alt = Not Shock | center | frame | image 2]]
'''It is important to understand''' that this mark is not assigned to limit traffic, but with the aim of competent and logical distribution of materials at various sites. <br>
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'''It is important to understand''' that this mark is not assigned to limit the amount of traffic we receive, but to ensure that we have a competent and logical distribution of materials shown at various sites.<br>

Latest revision as of 11:19, 20 February 2019

Shock or No Shock?

Many people wonder why an advertisement was given a ‘shock’ mark during moderation even when there aren’t any bloodied body parts or anything vulgar present in the ad.
Let us explain in more detail what a “shock” advertisement is, and why this mark is assigned to various cases.

The shock status is given to ads that contain images of diseases, close-up shots of one’s body parts, people under the influence of alcohol/drugs, pictures containing sexual (erotic) undertones, shots from horror films and other unaesthetic images. Not very aesthetically pleasing ads that include images of close-up of private body parts, untidy appearance whether of a person or an object. Ameteur pictures with not much thought put into won’t be regarded as promotional material.
Some examples of such images. (image 1)

image 1

As you can see, there isn’t a huge difference between pictures shown in image 1 and those in image 2. However, pictures in image 1 would be marked as shock images, while pictures in image 2 would not. This is mainly because of the unaesthetic nature of the pictures included in image 1.

image 2

It is important to understand that this mark is not assigned to limit the amount of traffic we receive, but to ensure that we have a competent and logical distribution of materials shown at various sites.