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Is this a Google Adsense sting operation?

Discussion in 'General PPC Discussion' started by webhell, Apr 3, 2015.

  1. webhell

    webhell Registered Member

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    Saw this site at the top of the rankings:

    http://www.adsenseclickers.com

    they say they will click on ads to boost revenue. All they need is your web page address and your publisher ID.

    Is it just me? Or does this look like a really badly drawn up sting operation by Google Adsense to get dodgy publishers to show their hand?

    WH
     
  2. fxphil

    fxphil Senior Member

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    Don't fall victim to a few extra bucks a month on risky a life time ban.. Ever notice the threads here " My website your adsense"


    If you can't get clicks on your own you are in the wrong business.
     
  3. Hawkster

    Hawkster Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Sting operation or not, it is a seriously bad idea to use such a service. You WILL get banned before any payment
     
  4. seoedi

    seoedi Newbie

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    Why they need your Adsense Id?? This is just like "give me your wallet and we will make 50% - 50% with your money". I do not recommend at all!
     
  5. mynameisfrankenstein

    mynameisfrankenstein Regular Member

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    I doubt it's a sting.

    I mean, you could just add your competitors webpages if that were the case. Google knows that would happen.

    So it's not effective.