A lot of new software offer a service that sends traffic to your website, you can control where it goes, and how much time they're gonna be there. Assuming you rank,the services offer to search for your targeted keywords, and go to your website while bouncing from your competitors. Sounds good right? What's better than real quality traffic? Well here's a point I'm not sure the software developers hav taken into consideration: Google creates a unique link for every URL any time you search for a keyword, so unless you're going to get this uniqe url pasted into the software, Google would know you didn't click from the search. For example, looking for "business school", right clicking on "Colombia Business" , then clicking on "copy link address" gives me this result: https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct...a.edu/&usg=AFQjCNGcdkCilX-F6Qzu4EvQ0cWQOSvotA Then refreshing Chrome (F5) and getting the link of CBS again I get: https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct...a.edu/&usg=AFQjCNGcdkCilX-F6Qzu4EvQ0cWQOSvotA If the software when use the unique links, Google ould definitely know something's wrong and will know not to pay attention. Would love to be proved wrong by one of the developers , so if anyone of them want to respond that would help.