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Adsense and Tor, advisable?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by phrasion, Jan 30, 2009.

  1. phrasion

    phrasion Regular Member

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    In a time where AC has ceased to be profitable (at least for me), and while I gain knowledge and experience to jump to another marketing system, is it advisable to self click on my own adsense ads by using Tor IP renewal capabilities?

    Of course this would be used for a small income $80 a day at maximum, will I get banned if I get like some 20-50 blogs with some articles copied from somewhere, and by using Tor click on my own ads like 1 time for each 10 impressions (to keep my CTR low, in order not to raise any flags)

    Do the Adsense gurus think I can get away with it, or is the big G always one step ahead?
     
  2. phrasion

    phrasion Regular Member

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    thanks for the heads up, I just thought, that since the Tor ips are from everywhere in the world, and I couldn't see of a way for G to know that they were fake, I thought I would be fine.

    but thanks anyway.
     
  3. phrasion

    phrasion Regular Member

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    and do you think that this "method" works using other smaller PPC services?
     
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    Grizzy Senior Member

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    Your absolutly right, everytime I have tryed to access even a regular google search url through tor I get a captcha prompt.
     
  5. mearington

    mearington Registered Member

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    I'm curious, why is ac no longer profitable??
     
  6. phrasion

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    Simple answer...no.

    It's way too risky.
     
  8. demoniox

    demoniox Registered Member

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    don't do it, you account will be baned in no time
     
  9. digitalblue

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    If your taking part in risky behaviour forget about the tor network, everything can be traced by those in the know.
     
  10. phrasion

    phrasion Regular Member

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    ok, the big G is aware of all our tricks, but does the other smaller PPC companies also just as ruthless, or you can actually get away with it in other company?
     
  11. small_town_boy

    small_town_boy Power Member

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    Short answer: No
    Long answer: NOOOOoooooooooooo

    Short answer: maybe
    Long answer: I've read that people have successfully scammed bidvertiser by clicking on their own ads through proxies. I can not confirm this as haven't tried for myself.