How to block invalid clicks

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Re: How to block invalid clicks

Post by samiradeval »

There is no way you can do that! You may want to try and change the content of your page which might result in serving of more relevant ads.

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Post by riyajindal »

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Post by Arpita »

Thankyou for sharing this useful information!

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How to block invalid clicks

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Re: How to block invalid clicks

Post by carwreckers »

Well, we use click cease but even that doesn't seem working well. Still, end up spending thousands of dollars. Sometimes it is so broken that we have 0 impressions with 2clicks

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Re: How to protect your adsense from invalid clicks

Post by avoryjoevani »

quickregister wrote:There is a way to minimize invalid clicks to your Adsense account. There is a script called asrep which monitors adsense on your site in a very detailed manner. It also has a fraud prevention system. You can put some php code on your site which will cause your adsense ads NOT to show if for example someone had visited your site 10 times in the last hour and/or they had clicked more than 3 times on an adsense ad. It works. You can modify the variables to whatever you want. You can specify alternate ads to show when the Adsense ads do not show. The instructions are written in techy terms. I had to bug the develloper to give me some clear instructions but in the end it really works. Costs $50.

This got me wondering. Why doesn't Adsense just build this in? Some guy wrote a script which practically eliminates click fraud for $50. Adsense cannot just build this in to their system? They could guarantee their advertisers fraud free ads and peace of mind for publishers.

Well of course they would lose millions of dollars because they make so much money from false clicks. Easier just to disable publisher accounts and keep all the money. Adsense needs some competition big time.
nice, tanks for your information

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Post by sophiawils59 »

Enough answers are given i think now @op got a clear idea.

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Re: How to block invalid clicks

Post by beingnaive »

Even though there is no sure shot way to do that, you should focus on keeping your content focused on a particular topic. For example, if you are talking about remedies for X in a particular post, make sure your contents is positioned correctly.
When your content is focused to a subject, google will show more relevant ads.
When you have relevant ads, the quality of click will automatically improve.

Secondly, you may like to block certain types of ads (the way we use negative keywords in google ad or adwords)
Thanks and hope it'll help!

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Re: How to block invalid clicks

Post by prismdigital »

Hi there! Based on my research, here are some points which will help you prevent invalid traffic on your ads:

1. Use the authorized sites feature help for preventing unauthorized use of ad code: Google ads feature ensures that your account will only accrue stats for your ads that appear on sites that you’ve specified. That said, make 100% sure that you’ve added your sites correctly,
2. Use the Google Analytics tool to get detailed information about your site visitors, and look out for any suspicious user behavior. (Where do your users come from, either geographically or on the Web? Which pages do they view on your site?). Learn how to understand your traffic.
3. Understand your ad traffic and site visitors: Break down your traffic reports into meaningful segments by using URL channels, custom channels, or Google Ad Manager ad units. This will help you decide how changes to traffic sources or may be implementation can affect ad traffic.
4. Avoid partnering with untrusted or low-quality parties: When partnering with low-quality ad some publishers had issues with invalid traffic networks, search engines, or directory sites always in efforts to increase traffic to their site. Learn about purchasing traffic.
5. Double-check your implementation: Some publishers use custom implementations that may have an unintended impact on their ad requests. Always make sure that your ad implementation conforms to Google ad placement policies and has no programming errors. Also, check your ads on different browsers and platforms to ensure that they work properly.

Above all - Don’t click on your own ads, Even if you’re interested in an ad, clicking on your ads is still prohibited. Instead, there is a tool you can use the AdSense publisher toolbar. Always remember that even when google filter clicks on your own ads, they don't ignore those clicks completely; if it appears to Google that a publisher has been clicking on his own ads to inflate his earnings or an advertiser's costs, Google can disable the account to protect their advertisers.

Hope this information helps you solve your problem.

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Re: How to block invalid clicks

Post by ritesh3592 »

Enough answers are given, I think @admin should close the thread now!!

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