Thursday, February 27, 2014

Fake Click::death to a business

Guest Blog hosting featuring an article from Google on Fake clicks watch your advertising bot click.
http://www.mediapost.com/publications/article/218377/fake-clicks-to-cost-marketers-116-billion.html


This article will shock advertisers. If you are experiencing fake clicks you need a traffic tracker. I am amazed at the type of scams hosting false information on your Business. I do not mean to be be negative, but taking money from Internet marketers through clicks that are fake is just wrong. I am not sure how many of you are experiencing bot clicks which attaches malware each time the fake click occurs,  this is bad for our computers.

Goggle shared this article and I am perplexed by its content. I believe when we are informed then we make better choices. There are many advertising companies on the Internet, promising you exposure, and traffic. It is important to research and test the system. Be informed, don't let your advertising efforts and money fall in t o the business hole of no return.

Your comments are greatly appreciate. Share your experiences below.

Carolyn Coleman-Grady

8 comments:

  1. It is true that a lot of greedy people are online looking for cheap ways to earn cents... And thanks to technology, this sort of things are already being taken care of.
    The worst thing to have is a fake clicks when trying to promote your business/product/service.

    Thank you for putting this together.
    Richelle Silbaugh

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    1. Thanks for your comment I glad articles like this one are available business owners need to be informed.

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  2. This is so true. I've been taken for my money as well by false clicks. It's best to always track those clicks with a good tracker so your money is not wasted.

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  3. Create, connect is the way to go Carolyn!

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    1. Thanks RB I agree with you thanks for stopping by

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  4. I've never believed in doing stuff the fake way. Yes, it takes longer but honesty is always the best policy!

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  5. I agree Nate it should alway be honesty first seems there is multiple perceptions on business ethics thank you for your comment

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