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Discussion in 'Guidelines / Compliance' started by hereiam, Oct 30, 2005.

  1. Nintendo

    Nintendo ♬ King of da Wackos ♬

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    #41
    They don't want crummy visitors. ie, visitors of yours that only click the links because you tell them to.

    Now, vote for Wacko for President of the other Point site for 2005!!! :D:D:D:D
    SEMrush
     
    Nintendo, Nov 7, 2005 IP
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  2. davcheong

    davcheong Well-Known Member

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    OMG a crown on nintendo head. Vote for wacko. OMG my rep turn red...T_T
     
    davcheong, Nov 7, 2005 IP
  3. antonaf

    antonaf Banned

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    #43

    The visitors you are sending are going there because you ask them to click on the ad, basically to support your site. Yes. People are getting traffic to there site, but the question is....will that traffic convert?? Being that you advise your visitors to click on the link means that the traffic will most likely not convert, it will only be a quick click...(which the advertiser pays for) and the visitor will more likely back out, because they are only clicking to support you, not out of their own interest of the site.

    We would rather have clicks that convert. That is the benefit of Adwords and other contextual advertising. When a person clicks a link on their own initiative they are more likely interested in the link and will possibly convert. We don't just want traffic, we want conversion.

    I hope you understand. And make sure you understand the Adsense Program Policy.
     
    antonaf, Nov 7, 2005 IP
  4. yfs1

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    #44
    The other side of this is if you email the webmaster directly, the advertisers never get a refund for the fraudalent clicks. If Google gets involved and decides to warn the publisher, they have the power to issue the refunds.
     
    yfs1, Nov 7, 2005 IP
  5. mytechlab

    mytechlab Peon

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    antonaf, thank you for explanation. What you said was true. Publisher should not ask their visitor to click at their ads. Imagine yourself in the advertiser shoe, what will u feel if someone clicking at your ads just to make the publisher rich without having any intention to your business ads ...:( This is bad..
     
    mytechlab, Nov 7, 2005 IP
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    joch21 Peon

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    The ads are still showing, when does google can people like this? I guess they might as well let them keep clicking until they reach $100 and then just refuse the check
     
    joch21, Nov 9, 2005 IP