Some jerk named Jenny30 posted a comment on one of my blogs and told me she was going to click on some of my ads. And the freaking jerk did! Sorry, I'm one of those folks who like to play by the rules. But I've been all over Google Adsense and can't figure out how to contact them and let them know? Anyone have any suggestions?
The only way to communicate with (Google) God is through prayer. You don't send your prayer via email, do you?
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They have an entire section that's a help center which is all about providing answers to questions and contacting them if you need more info.
A couple clicks is probably OK. They know it wasn't you and they know you have no control over meanie-clickers. Save your documentation, but I wouldn't take any action unless Google decides you have a problem.
K, she didn't click on one. She clicked on many. Maybe Google will see that as legit, but I'm not taking a chance.
Fayans - Thx for the info.
Fayans -- just went there and was there before. I'm in an eternal loop of getting help info from that link, but not able to contact them.
There was a time when you have to report such click fraud to Adsense but now they have changed their statement and last time I checked(which is a few days ago), Adsense said something like they will figure out any kind of click fraud and will pay you only for the genuine clicks so no need to contact us for that.
BUT I will recommend that you take your ads of that blog for a while because Google still might take some kind of action against you.
I hear you!!! I have been around and around on that doggone loop myself!!!!! I have tried to get Adsense set up and have hit several obstacles which I have not been able to resolve. In attempting to reach those same "Gods", I have ran into the exact problem you have!!!! Good luck...hope we find a magic way to reach them!!!! Perhaps the Wizard of Oz can help us!!!!
Well if you are referring to me. I am Jenny 30. I do play by the rules. I joined hubpages because I love to write and learn new things. I didn't think it was wrong to check out information about Rhode Island on your article. If it is, I am truely sorry and hurt that I upset you. I really am. You won't have to worry about me clicking on your ads anymore. But honestly it was only because I wanted to find out more info. And you know what, thanks to your hub I really did find a place to stay. I don't click on peoples google ads for the sake of clicking on them. I liked your article because I and a good friend are seriously considering to visit Rhode Island. She is going through a tough time right now. I happened to come across your ad and I commended you on the article and mentioned that I was going to check out some of the links to find out more information on where to stay and my friend did as well. Sorry to have upset you. My sincere apologies. I was just only to happy to see an article written on such a topic and excited about the information that you had displayed on your article. I think you are a very talented writer actually. If you are having any problems with google then I will contact them myself and explain. However google goes by ones computer IP address when they look for clicks. So they will know that the clicks came from another computer thats how they monitor it. So you have no worries there. Just so you know, it was completely legit. My friend Shelly also apologizes as well since she clicked on your ads to find out more info. Sorry if I ruined your day. I am not a jerk. I am actually a pretty nice person. Sorry if you think differently. Anyway I just wanted to clarify that up and let you know I was being sincere. I did send you a message as well to apologize. I don't want to upset anyone here at Hubpages.If you have any other questions contact me please. Enjoy your day.
oh and also you can check out one of your felllow hubbers articles about this. Go to soni2006. He wrote a article on this subject that its not a breach to click on ads belonging to other hubbers if you want information or buy a product which I did. So it is ok. However a hubber can't click on their own ads on their article pages. I hope this makes you feel a little better.
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