AdSense Clickbombing - What To Do?

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I want to know how can i protect myself from clickbombing. What measures to take? There is AdSense Clicklock which says it can protect, but i don't know if its use is against AdSense TOS.
#adsense #clickbombing #tos
  • Profile picture of the author Clyde
    There's nothing you can do.

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  • Profile picture of the author robrave
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    • Profile picture of the author janita
      Just use alternative adds and you can hide from.

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      • Profile picture of the author halfpoint
        Contact Google and ask them.
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        • Profile picture of the author Fernando Veloso
          Originally Posted by Pat Jackson View Post

          Contact Google and ask them.
          And the answer is something similar to... "no problem, we track all that data and we protect you, yadda yadda"

          Not saying they don't protect Adsense Publishers BUT...
          People make good money selling to the rich. But the rich got rich selling to the masses.
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          • Profile picture of the author CheapestSEO
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            • Profile picture of the author Boris_yo
              That is interesting idea. How long will it take for this to start working?
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              • Profile picture of the author paulgl
                If you want to earn off of adsense, why hide them?

                I can't say for sure, because no one here is a google employee.

                But I can't believe that sites don't get click bombed on a constant
                basis. Google must have a way of dealing with it without just
                up and canning your account shortly after.


                If you were disappointed in your results today, lower your standards tomorrow.

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                • Profile picture of the author ron.the.bull
                  Here is my theory.

                  You are most vulnerable to account suspension when you are a new account. If you get click bombed Google probably takes many things into consideration. They will look at the source of the click bomb and if it is in some way related to you. They will look at the quality of your sites. If you look clean to them, then no issues. If you look marginal, you get banned.

                  I'd say the best thing you can do to protect yourself when you have a new account is not letting anyone, friend or family, know about your sites. Certainly don't let anyone know that you don't trust 110 percent. After you are established it does not matter as much. If you have crap sites (you know who you are), then you will always be at risk.
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