Recently ran a campaign in AdWords for $100, put in a bunch of $0.10 keywords that were highly targeted to my niche. Ran the ad with $0.50 bid for each keyword -- I had good quality scores as well. My whole budget was gone in one night; I was like wow, I must have gotten some good traffic, maybe even a sale. After checking out the traffic, I saw that 90% of the traffic had a 0 second time on site and a 100% bounce rate -- and the traffic came from thin, garbage websites that were completely unrelated to my keywords. The funny part was, only 1 click came from search and about 131 from the display network. After contacting AdWords support, they keep trying to feed me bs about clicks vs. visits, and trying to explain the time on site and bounce rate and giving me links to articles to "improve my page quality to improve time on site". My site is very well established and has a extremely fluent design that's been complimented by many people. I told them I understand if a few clicks are 0 seconds time on site, but 90% of the clicks ... that's just fake traffic especially considering that its all from the display network. They respond to me like I'm some idiot so I told the support representative that if he/she is going to bore me with another email attempting to "explain" why my activity is not invalid (don't make me laugh), then to just stop wasting her time and my time because I'm not interested. If that's the case and this is the kind of traffic AdWords delivers, then I'm going to exhaust my current balance and leave immediately Anyone have any similar experiences?