Click Fraud

Choosing the perfect settings for Click Guardian is vital to ensure the effectiveness of the service.  Blocking a visitor with Click Guardian will result in ads not being delivered back to the person who has excessively clicked, so[…]

Competitors Clicking My Ads With rising costs of advertising using Google AdWords, it’s not surprising how AdWords advertisers commonly suspect competitors clicking my ads.  Clicking on a competitors ad does not only cause financial wastage but the[…]

AdWords Click fraud can be defined as the activity of a competitor, person or bot intentionally and maliciously clicking on a competitor’s ad with the sole purpose of inflating the advertisers spend. The desired effect for the[…]

AdWords invalid clicks cost internet advertisers millions per year and without any real transparency it’s difficult for advertisers to trust that invalid clicks are being filtered out as well as Google claim.  With an apparent lack of[…]

Ever wondered how to stop competitors clicking AdWords?  This is a common question that we encounter every day from small and medium businesses at Click Guardian. The main and rather obvious reason you want to stop competitors[…]

Pay-per-click (PPC) advertising such as Google’s AdWords is becoming more and more important to many locksmith business’s marketing efforts. When used well, it’s a highly targeted and cost-effective way of driving valuable business your way. However, like[…]

With a relationship built on trust between Google and advertisers it’s no wonder that click fraud has become a real-world issue that many advertisers are constantly reminded of when looking at the performance of their Google AdWords[…]

Want to get the lowdown on what click fraud is, how it may affect you and recent statistics?  Look no further, we spent some time putting together a click fraud infographic so you can get all the stats[…]

You’re suspicious that someone’s clicking on your AdWords ads as your spend has increased dramatically and all of a sudden enquiries have dropped.  It’s understandable that this causes panic as AdWords has always been a source of[…]

Click fraud is an increasingly common problem for businesses who use pay-per-click (PPC) advertising. It involves the pay-per-click ads (such as those on Google’s AdWords’ program) being abused, leading them to appear to have been clicked by[…]