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question about fraud clicks

Discussion in 'AdSense' started by EvilGod, Jan 23, 2007.

  1. #1
    Hello Adsense Geeks,
    I am new to adsense and have one question. In my workplace ie. office all computers have public IP and when i visit whatismyip.com it shows my computer's real public IP not proxy IP. Though i know all requests from office goes thru proxy server. So can i click google ads (freshvisit.blogspot.com)from all computers in my office ? Will it be counted as invalid/fraud cliks by google adsense ????
    SEMrush
    Please help me solve my query, thanks in advance..
     
    EvilGod, Jan 23, 2007 IP
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  2. Fka200

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    it should be 1 internet = 1 ip, depending on your companys internet connection. Be careful -- Google can catch this click fraud with ease.
     
    Fka200, Jan 23, 2007 IP
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    Yup google can catch click fraud very easily.
     
    killer2021, Jan 24, 2007 IP
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    Thanks for ur quick reply,
    when internet shows my real IP is it as u said 1internet=1IP ???
    ip2location.com show like this
    IP Address : 202.78.22.37 (my computer's real IP)
    Location : NEPAL, BAGMATI, KATHMANDU
    Latitude / Longtitude : 27.717 LATITUDE, 85.317 LONGITUDE
    Connecting through : NEPALESE SERVICE PROVIDER
    Time Zone : UMT +05:45

    Now can i click on ads from other computer with IP 202.78.22.36 and so on.
     
    EvilGod, Jan 24, 2007 IP
  5. kevinn

    kevinn Active Member

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    #5
    That is just stupid.

    I can already see you posting a thread.. Why was I banned?

    I love your meta tags, mesothelioma, mesothelioma attorneys, malignant pleural mesothelioma, Asbestos Cancer, mesothelioma symptoms??
     
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    nvidura Well-Known Member

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    no 2 words. surely you will get banned...
     
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    #7
    Google takes into account more than just your ip.

    They can see that the same computer is going to the site directly and after 1 second clicking on an ad....it's obviously fraud!

    Don't do it!

    kumiko
    xo
     
    kumiko83, Jan 24, 2007 IP
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    surfaddict Active Member

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    #8
    don't ever try it, sometimes even you try with difference IP, google still can located your position of click. Moreover, if there are too much click from your country you will get a cheap ads. (This rule for certain country only, because there are too much click fraud from that country).

    p.s - why you want to click your own ads? Read google TOS again plz.
     
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    htmlindex Prominent Member

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    It's quite simple, if you do click on your ads, sooner or later google will ban ya, they're not dumb
     
    htmlindex, Jan 24, 2007 IP
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    CountryBoy Prominent Member

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    #10
    Aye, they aren't stupid you know. They know all the tricks in the book - internet cafes, proxies, dynamic IP ranges - the works. They also have this annoying habit of letting you think you've gotten away with it for a few weeks and then banning you just before you reach the magic $100 figure.
     
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    earticles Well-Known Member

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    Don't try to cheat google. Google is too smart not to realize when about a click fraud. Or... why not? Try and you'll see :)
     
    earticles, Jan 24, 2007 IP
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    You'll make very little money this way - your hourly rate is likely to be higher flipping burgers at McD.
     
    anielsen, Jan 24, 2007 IP
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    yes google will count u as fraud link
    bcose u r running a single internet connection with proxy or other setting
     
    gsoftinfo, Jan 24, 2007 IP
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    earticles Well-Known Member

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    #15
    He is not afraid of clickfraud as he is simply trying to do clickfraud and hope google dont catch him.

    If you read the query you would see him asking how to try and fool google into thinking clicks from several different computers in his workplace wouldn't trigger invalid clicks.
     
    Ganceann, Jan 24, 2007 IP
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    You know people at google monitor this forum right?
     
    kevinn, Jan 24, 2007 IP
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    Eh, I read the entire post but I just suggested him to better try to be fair. Adlogger could prevent him to click his own ads too ;)
     
    earticles, Jan 24, 2007 IP
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    #18
    Click away soon-to-be-banned-boy! Leave more for us honest publishers. I say you should get your co-workers to help you click too that way you'll get banned even faster.:p
     
    crunchy frog, Jan 24, 2007 IP
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    #19
    If you did that it would be click fraud wouldn't it.

    What you want to know is can you do it and get away with it.

    A person can shoplift and get away with it. But that doesn't make it right. Would you like it if someone came to your house or your place of business and stole from you?

    Because that's what click fraud is. Stealing money from someone else.

    Don't do it.
     
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    My advice too: don't click your own ads coz' they are not yours. They are not served to you but are free served to the visitors of your site.
     
    earticles, Jan 24, 2007 IP