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Forcing Clicks...

Discussion in 'General PPC Discussion' started by nam6641, Nov 24, 2008.

  1. nam6641

    nam6641 Supreme Member

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    wondering if anyone has come across a script for sale that can help force clicks...

    i.e. if you put a link for the user to view the next page of your site, below that link is you ads, but somehow if they click anywhere near your ads it will be like they clicked on the ad. i've seen this with fly over ads but haven't come across it with ad*sense or ad*brite ads before.
     
  2. nilup

    nilup Newbie

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    Dont you think that Google would notice it quite fast? I mean they even notice if you put some text link ads on the site, which has nothing to do with them :p
     
  3. tekg0r

    tekg0r Junior Member

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    you have bigger issues than this script to worry about. You need conversions to please their quality scoring systems. If you are sending empty clicks to them, after a few hundred (assuming they haven't caught the technical method of you doing this), they will see the piss poor quality of the clicks and close / not pay your accounts.
     
  4. theadultsplayground

    theadultsplayground BANNED BANNED

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    Its your best best not to try with google and do a smaller PPC Company (one with less resources and muscle)
     
  5. nam6641

    nam6641 Supreme Member

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    ok, so scratch g00g, let's say b1dvert1ser...

    if they are on my page and my page is about... cars... and the ads are about cars then there is a similar content there so some of the clicks may have people spend time on the other site.
     
  6. KillerBee

    KillerBee Junior Member

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    A plain and simple "click on a banner, they help pay for the site" should do the trick. lol