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How Google Track AdSense click fraud 2016


How Google Track AdSense click fraud? Google always warns you not to click on your ads and also not to urge anyone to click on your ads For Increase CPC.


People are making invalid clicks or trying to commit click fraud, But You Know How Google Track AdSense click fraud?.

Here Is Full Guide How To Google Track AdSense Fraud Click Activities On A Site And Blog. Adsense click frauds have taken a big spot among such blog owners, they do indulge in such activities which ultimately make their AdSense account disabled.

This article does only contain speculations on how Google detects/Track click fraud or invalid clicks.

All AdSense click frauds follow the same Way. Google AdSense is a great source of income for serious bloggers or part-time bloggers. It is a source of earning their livelihood. When google translate our all country language, he track our location, facebook show there ad using google adsense also share your chat history with google like "You click on my ads and I will click on your ads" So Don't Cheat With Google.


Searching some clues we found an AdSense network, a social group of people with name “AdSense clicker” or a person having his/her last name as “Clicker” on Facebook. Yes the whole AdSense click frauds system is running on Facebook with full thrust and day by day members of such groups are increasing.

  • How does Google detect invalid clicks in AdSense?

how-google-track-adsense-fraud-click-2016


  • Click Fraud

Click fraud occurs when someone clicks on an advertisement -- often a large number of times -- without any intention of making a purchase. The intention of this is to make an ad campaign appear more effective than it actually is. Websites that host ads through Google's AdSense program earn a commission each time an ad is clicked, which means that publishers of such websites can repeatedly click on an ad appearing on their website to keep increasing its commission. According to PC Magazine, some websites have paid workers in third-world countries a few cents per hour to sit at a computer and click ads on their websites.


1. Click through rate (CTR).
A normal website does not go above a 10% CTR. It usually stays between 0.5% to 9%. If your website is getting a CTR above 10%, your website might get reviewed by an AdSense employee to check if you are doing anything against their terms. However, if you’re not breaking any terms, then you don’t have to worry.


2. Advertiser conversion rate.
As I mentioned in my other article on how to get out of Google AdSense smart pricing, the conversion rate of the advertisers are really important. If none of your clicks leads to a conversion, such as a sale, lead, newsletter sign-up or similar for the advertiser, then you are sending very poor traffic. At first you might get hit by smart pricing, after that you might get banned. A low conversion rate for advertisers can be the sing of click fraud or invalid clicks.

3. Traffic consistency.
If your website is bringing in bursts of traffic instead of a steady flow from search engines, then you might be in trouble. If Google detects that an unnatural amount of direct traffic is clicking on your ads then it might be marked as click fraud. If your website is not even indexed in the search engines yet but is still receiving a decent amount of clicks then something must be wrong, and AdSense is the first one to spot it.

4. Website/ads layout.
If your website is using a messed up layout that fools visitors in to clicking your ads by disguising them as regular links or similar, then you are walking on thin ice. You are not allowed to cover or edit your ads, nor are you allowed to make them blend in too well with the rest of your content. By doing so you might be generating a lot of invalid clicks from people who didn’t know that they were actually clicking an ad. You are also not allowed to encourage ad click by saying things like “all the money generated through ads goes to people in need” or “click the ads!”.


  • Monitoring
Google monitors clicks on Google AdSense ads to detect unusual activity. The company uses a proprietary technology to detect whether there is any unusual activity intended to drive up an advertiser's clicks. Numerous data points are analyzed on each click, including the IP address of the person who clicked on the ad, the time of the click, duplicate clicks, and other click patterns. If there are "excessively repetitive" clicks, those are filtered out by Google's system. If there are known sources of invalid activity, such as an IP address, those are automatically discarded, according to Google's advertising guide. Advertisers are not charged for clicks that Google determines to be invalid.

 
1. IP Address.
Google checks which IP address that the click is coming from. If it originates from the same IP address that previously logged in to the AdSense account, then you’re probably committing click fraud. If the same IP address is constantly clicking ads on a website, then it might be either invalid clicks or click fraud.

2. Cookies.
Most home users does not use static IP addresses, which means that they in some cases just have to disconnect and then reconnect in order go get a new one. However, if Google has implemented a cookie on your computer, simply getting a new IP address won’t help when you’re committing click fraud.

3. GEO-location.
Kind of like IP addresses. Google knows from where the clicks are originating and will most likely see a pattern if one comes up. Let’s say you’re smart enough to use different P addresses to commit click fraud, but you’re stupid enough to place all your computers in one town. Google analytics is one tool that can give you an idea how GEO-location targeting works.

4. Your hardware address (MAC address).
Every computer has its “fingerprint” in terms of a MAC address. This address is put on your hardware instead of your software, so it never changes or goes away. It is possible that Google might track invalid click this way, but not very likely since they have more advanced ways.

  • Legal Issues

Click fraud is a multi-million dollar annual problem for advertisers. In March 2006, Google agreed to pay a $90 million settlement to a group of its advertisers, including Lane's Gifts & Collectibles, which advertised through Google and headed a class-action lawsuit claiming it was being improperly charged by Google for fraudulent clicks. The lawsuit claimed that Google's technology to detect invalid clicks was not effective. Google has repeatedly said that it's not possible for its automatic filters to catch 100 percent of the invalid clicks, but that a very small number of clicks are fraudulent.


1. Its google. They look on every signins to their accounts. Once they found an adsense publisher signing from an ip and got a click from the same ip,you are fired. 

2. there is no use in altering ip,because there is another thing called mac adress,which is unique for your hardware. 

3. google can analyse each of your clicks and flow of them in all their services including google map,search and youtube. 

4. as google have this map technology, they will check for the geo locations of the clicks. They will analyse that whether the clicks are concentrated from a region or a town or particular area.



Disclaimer.

Google AdSense is a great source of income, If you think that you have been a victim of a click fraud, then contact the Google AdSense team instantly and explain your situation before you get banned for life.





how-google-track-adsense-fraud-click-2016

How Google Track AdSense click fraud 2016


How Google Track AdSense click fraud? Google always warns you not to click on your ads and also not to urge anyone to click on your ads For Increase CPC.


People are making invalid clicks or trying to commit click fraud, But You Know How Google Track AdSense click fraud?.

Here Is Full Guide How To Google Track AdSense Fraud Click Activities On A Site And Blog. Adsense click frauds have taken a big spot among such blog owners, they do indulge in such activities which ultimately make their AdSense account disabled.

This article does only contain speculations on how Google detects/Track click fraud or invalid clicks.

All AdSense click frauds follow the same Way. Google AdSense is a great source of income for serious bloggers or part-time bloggers. It is a source of earning their livelihood. When google translate our all country language, he track our location, facebook show there ad using google adsense also share your chat history with google like "You click on my ads and I will click on your ads" So Don't Cheat With Google.


Searching some clues we found an AdSense network, a social group of people with name “AdSense clicker” or a person having his/her last name as “Clicker” on Facebook. Yes the whole AdSense click frauds system is running on Facebook with full thrust and day by day members of such groups are increasing.

  • How does Google detect invalid clicks in AdSense?

how-google-track-adsense-fraud-click-2016


  • Click Fraud

Click fraud occurs when someone clicks on an advertisement -- often a large number of times -- without any intention of making a purchase. The intention of this is to make an ad campaign appear more effective than it actually is. Websites that host ads through Google's AdSense program earn a commission each time an ad is clicked, which means that publishers of such websites can repeatedly click on an ad appearing on their website to keep increasing its commission. According to PC Magazine, some websites have paid workers in third-world countries a few cents per hour to sit at a computer and click ads on their websites.


1. Click through rate (CTR).
A normal website does not go above a 10% CTR. It usually stays between 0.5% to 9%. If your website is getting a CTR above 10%, your website might get reviewed by an AdSense employee to check if you are doing anything against their terms. However, if you’re not breaking any terms, then you don’t have to worry.


2. Advertiser conversion rate.
As I mentioned in my other article on how to get out of Google AdSense smart pricing, the conversion rate of the advertisers are really important. If none of your clicks leads to a conversion, such as a sale, lead, newsletter sign-up or similar for the advertiser, then you are sending very poor traffic. At first you might get hit by smart pricing, after that you might get banned. A low conversion rate for advertisers can be the sing of click fraud or invalid clicks.

3. Traffic consistency.
If your website is bringing in bursts of traffic instead of a steady flow from search engines, then you might be in trouble. If Google detects that an unnatural amount of direct traffic is clicking on your ads then it might be marked as click fraud. If your website is not even indexed in the search engines yet but is still receiving a decent amount of clicks then something must be wrong, and AdSense is the first one to spot it.

4. Website/ads layout.
If your website is using a messed up layout that fools visitors in to clicking your ads by disguising them as regular links or similar, then you are walking on thin ice. You are not allowed to cover or edit your ads, nor are you allowed to make them blend in too well with the rest of your content. By doing so you might be generating a lot of invalid clicks from people who didn’t know that they were actually clicking an ad. You are also not allowed to encourage ad click by saying things like “all the money generated through ads goes to people in need” or “click the ads!”.


  • Monitoring
Google monitors clicks on Google AdSense ads to detect unusual activity. The company uses a proprietary technology to detect whether there is any unusual activity intended to drive up an advertiser's clicks. Numerous data points are analyzed on each click, including the IP address of the person who clicked on the ad, the time of the click, duplicate clicks, and other click patterns. If there are "excessively repetitive" clicks, those are filtered out by Google's system. If there are known sources of invalid activity, such as an IP address, those are automatically discarded, according to Google's advertising guide. Advertisers are not charged for clicks that Google determines to be invalid.

 
1. IP Address.
Google checks which IP address that the click is coming from. If it originates from the same IP address that previously logged in to the AdSense account, then you’re probably committing click fraud. If the same IP address is constantly clicking ads on a website, then it might be either invalid clicks or click fraud.

2. Cookies.
Most home users does not use static IP addresses, which means that they in some cases just have to disconnect and then reconnect in order go get a new one. However, if Google has implemented a cookie on your computer, simply getting a new IP address won’t help when you’re committing click fraud.

3. GEO-location.
Kind of like IP addresses. Google knows from where the clicks are originating and will most likely see a pattern if one comes up. Let’s say you’re smart enough to use different P addresses to commit click fraud, but you’re stupid enough to place all your computers in one town. Google analytics is one tool that can give you an idea how GEO-location targeting works.

4. Your hardware address (MAC address).
Every computer has its “fingerprint” in terms of a MAC address. This address is put on your hardware instead of your software, so it never changes or goes away. It is possible that Google might track invalid click this way, but not very likely since they have more advanced ways.

  • Legal Issues

Click fraud is a multi-million dollar annual problem for advertisers. In March 2006, Google agreed to pay a $90 million settlement to a group of its advertisers, including Lane's Gifts & Collectibles, which advertised through Google and headed a class-action lawsuit claiming it was being improperly charged by Google for fraudulent clicks. The lawsuit claimed that Google's technology to detect invalid clicks was not effective. Google has repeatedly said that it's not possible for its automatic filters to catch 100 percent of the invalid clicks, but that a very small number of clicks are fraudulent.


1. Its google. They look on every signins to their accounts. Once they found an adsense publisher signing from an ip and got a click from the same ip,you are fired. 

2. there is no use in altering ip,because there is another thing called mac adress,which is unique for your hardware. 

3. google can analyse each of your clicks and flow of them in all their services including google map,search and youtube. 

4. as google have this map technology, they will check for the geo locations of the clicks. They will analyse that whether the clicks are concentrated from a region or a town or particular area.



Disclaimer.

Google AdSense is a great source of income, If you think that you have been a victim of a click fraud, then contact the Google AdSense team instantly and explain your situation before you get banned for life.





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