Are some clicks worth nothing on adsense ?
I never had this happen before, but I got a click that was worth nothing.
Yes. Google has sophisticated software that checks for fraud, and if something about the IP address looks fishy it won't pay the publisher. Also, Google Adsense runs charity ads, which are free.
Doodle bug said it. There are various algorithms that checks for fraud in their system. Which means that they can even ban your account if a high amount of fraud is detected on your system.
For the most part, this can be prevented by not clicking on your own ads and asking others to click on them for you. Hope this helps
Thats Google Algorithm. Whatever clicks are considered as fraud pay almost nothing. Its not like somebody did fake clicks but sometimes the system considers even the genuine clicks as fraud.
Yes, they are always some clicks. Even though they are not fraud, it might just be because of the payment is low and the hub has not the right keywords. You can always go to the keyword checking tool and see how much requirements are for the main keywords in your hub.
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