I just cliked on an ad on a hub of mine by mistake, what now? What can I do to anull that click?
Don't worry about it. If your hub is well written then the ads should attract you as well. You have to click a lot of your ads before it will trigger a fraud alert.
Yes. Not to worry about unintended and very occasional clicks. But Google does have its watching mechanisms and can detect wishful clicking of ads and if the mechanisms detect a pattern, the account will be banned.
Still, they will give you an opportunity to dispute the decision and they will do a review of their decision, if you can convince them.
by Bible Studies7 years ago
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by yoshi978 years ago
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by guidebaba9 years ago
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by lyricsingray8 years ago
today mine is for VISA and tis the season...........But sometimes I find they are really out from left field somewhereAny odd ones?
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