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Google Adsense and Click Fraud
By Jeff Casmer

If you're using AdWords or AdSense you must have heard about an
emerging practice in the underworld of computing called "click fraud".
But what exactly is click fraud and how is it accomplished?

Well AdSense uses a payment mechanism that awards a certain amount
of money to a publisher (someone who holds an AdSense banner on their
page) every time a person clicks on the said banner. So click fraud
is the attempt to have people clicking the ads just so that they can
earn a greater income.

There are people setting up sites for the sole purpose of fraudulently
generating revenue through Google's AdSense program. These users achieve
an incredible number of clicks through many methods, some complex and
sophisticated and some rudimentary and simple.

One of the most complex is through the use of so called "hitbots".
These are automated programs who emulate clicking the links in AdSense
banners (there are some that actually click the banners as well).

Google's AdSense protection scheme is by no means perfect and nearly
anyone can find the details of surmounting the protection mechanism,
ironically just by doing a Google search.

Another, more rudimentary method is to hire a lot of people in a poor
country to click the links on your site. This means these people will
actually sit all day and just click links so you can earn a fortune.
They come from very poor countries like India, and they're prepared
to do so for just $0.50 an hour.

Of course, there's a problem with this mechanism. Once Google receives
a large number of clicks from a single address, the address and the
site that had the AdSense banner will be banned, and the illicit
behavior might even get the fraudster sued.

To prevent this from happening, many people use a large number of proxy
servers for the purpose of clicking. These are basically trojans,
located on computers throughout the world (though mostly in the US).
What's even more daunting is that these clicks will appear to originate
from an actual computer so such scams are really hard to detect.

And don't think this happens only in isolated instances. There is a
great deal of illegal activity in this domain.

In fact there's so much that if search engine companies don't increase
their security with such programs as AdSense, such criminal behavior
could become more become even more damaging.

Google has a very strict policy regarding click fraud, and it has sued
those employing such techniques in the past. But while the search
engine giant tries its best to minimize the risk of click fraud there's
certainly room for a lot of improvement.

It is estimated that more then 20% of the clicks that follow an
AdSense link are just done in order to get money from the person
paying for the ad. Some people believe the number of fraudulent
clicks to be even twice as large.

There are a great deal more schemes involving click fraud, such as
groups of AdSense publishers clicking each other's links (which is
referred to as "clicking rings", or spamming people so that they
click such links.

Despite Google still holding click fraud on a leash, the phenomenon
is certainly raising concerns for the advertisers on AdWords, but
despite this advertising with Google's AdSense still remains more
profitable for the advertiser, as opposed to traditional untargeted
advertising schemes.

There are some means of protection against such schemes and all
advertisers should be savvy enough to employ them. Many advertisers
choose to avoid the content network all together for fear of click fraud.


Jeff Casmer is an award winning entrepreneur, keynote speaker, and internet marketing consultant with career sales over $25,000,000. He is currently featured as a "Top" Affiliate of ThePlugInProfitSite. His "Top Ranked" Earn Money at Home Directory gives you all the information you need to start, maintain, and prosper with your very own Work at Home Business in the 21st century. 


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