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Thursday, May 19, 2005

People are offering their services as ad clickers

Chris Richardson at Web Pro News wrote about the Tim Yang's email proposition from an Indian ad-clicker.

Thats right, people (In this case an Indain 'click syndicate') are emailing publishers running adsense ads and are trying to negotiate pay off for clicking on their ads.

How much longer do we need to hear that pay per click (PPC) fraud is not something to worry about?

Sources:
Proposition from an Indian ad-clicker - Tim Yang
Click Fraud Being Offered By Email - Chris Richardson

Tuesday, May 17, 2005

The Indian Adsense Swindle

Nick at Threadwatch.org has a good post about India AKA "click fraud central" and Adsense fraud.

Hello, I got your email address from your site by Google search, while being interested in Adsense. At present you have 12 Adsense advertisements on your site. I have an offer for you. Which is that I am capable of giving you 1000+ different traffic to your site per day - and all of them would click on all the Adsense advertisements. For all these clicks you would be able to earn a good amount per day. My offer is that I would give you that 1000+ different traffic to your site in exchange of 50% of earnings of their total clicks. If you are interested, please let me know.

Thanking you, Sanjay Das.

We arent making this stuff up folks, wherever the money is...fraud is not far behind. Have you seen the reports of the money flowing into Pay-per-click (PPC) advertising? Over 2 billion.

Get control of your advertising dollars, know how your money is beign spent and get back what others take from you.

Full Original Post: TimYang.com

Monday, May 16, 2005

Flee from Fraud?

Stan Hauser over at the feedbuzzard.com blog has a good article on that motivations of fraud (lining ones on pockets with your advertising dollars or your competitors looking to drive you out with a cost per acquisition that is just too high), the search engines response (lethargic and secretive). He does advise dropping out of keyword phrase who's costs have gotten out of control.

Well that's fine and dandy unless that keyphrase brings in the most sales or is a core keyword phrase for your branding. This is where a PPC fraud service like VeriClix comes in. Keep your ad, make your sales, then get back your dollars lost due to fraud by submitting an automated report. Why should we cower and run from click fraud when it can chase us away from a more profitable bottom line?

Full Story: The Cost Of Click Fraud


 

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