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Will this block ADSENSE Account

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by pattipiduthakaran, May 18, 2011.

  1. pattipiduthakaran

    pattipiduthakaran Newbie

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    Hi All

    Last 2 weeks my browser is opening new tab automatically and taking to a page i am not supposed to put a link here :( first i was shocked how can it open a tab on its own

    Then i realized its some stupid ADSENSE guy pushing this page so that he gets a impression for each visit. he pushes 10-15 times a day. Being a programmer myself i wrote a small program which will trap move events and repeat it as defined. so what i do is i go to this website and click on the ad then closes the AD tab again it will click on the AD.

    Will this be help to block his adsense account yesterday i have done nearly 5000 click i am planning to do 10000 clicks today.

    Thanks
    Pattipiduthakaran
     
  2. emilex

    emilex Regular Member

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    ROFL

    Well mate, I must tell you something... I believe that you didn't like new tab opening and so on, and also I believe that he deserves his account to be blocked but do not be the one who will do that...

    Maybe that is the only way that he knows to earn some cash and he have some RL problems... Anyway, let Google do their job and block crappy accounts, that is not your job...

    And remember, KARMA is a bitch!!!
     
  3. Chrisss

    Chrisss Senior Member

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    Only Mr. G can give you the answer. But I would assume that his account would be disabled and that he have to make a request to get it active again.

    But it might backfire as well. If all your clicks are coming from your own IP? If that's the case, then will G. be able to see that he's not the one causing the problems.