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Do you use some services for blocking fake clicks?

Discussion in 'Pay Per Click' started by Scroogefrog, Jan 13, 2017.

  1. Scroogefrog

    Scroogefrog Newbie

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    Do you use some services for blocking fake clicks?
    If yes, can you please write me some of those that you use?

    It will be very useful for me to know!

    Thanks for your attention !
     
  2. blazingprofits

    blazingprofits Junior Member

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    If u mean running traffic through a link or service and have a filter or detection, you can try clickmagick. There's option for u to block or do nothing for bad clicks
     
  3. Trixii

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    Fraudhunt.net is a nice one. The first 10000 visitors are checked for free. They provide users scoring, fraud traffic detection and prevention, and more, https://fraudhunt.net/.
     
  4. Mrwhoooo

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    As somebody else mentioned, clickmagick works great.
     
  5. se900se

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    not the clicks itself but specific sources that send low quality/bot traffic - yes!
     
  6. keenmobi

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    Let's go to these steps to avoid fake bots:
    1) Go to the referral traffic report in your account. Google Analytics and an excellent report on the percentage of refusals in descending order:
    2) Look at referrers with a 100% or 0% bounce rate, as well as those with 10 or more sessions. Most likely, these are spammers.
    3) If one of your suspicious referrers is on the list of the following sites, then this is referral spam. You can not check it yourself. Write me in PM
    4) When you failed to verify the identity of your suspicious referrer, take the risk and use a questionable website.
    5) After confirming the identity of the dangerous bots, the next step is to block them from visiting your site again.