Question: Select the correct answer. When does “Not designed for children” appear as a banner in your store listing?
Note: Select The Correct Answers in highlighted with Bold.
When does “Not designed for children” appear as a banner in your store listing?
- A. When your target audience doesn’t include children, but your store listing contains marketing elements that may appeal to them
- B. When your target audience includes children, but is designed for parents
- C. When your app contains ads
When your target audience includes children, but is designed for parents “Not designed for children” appear as a banner in your store listing
This question is from the Google Play Store Listing Certification Exam. You can find all the answers to the questions asked in this exam on our google play store listing exam answers page.
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