Looking at my Adsense account, I see 4 page impressions, but 16 clicks. These are not the real numbers, but does that mean someone is attempting to sabotage my page? Just a little strange....
I wouldn't worry too much unless the real numbers are really 40 and 160 or 400 and 1600. You know? People genuinely interested in a topic can click on multiple ads on a page.
You might want to question it with Google adsense to be on the safe side, it seems a little much, and Adsense cracks down just as hard on fraudulent clicks form new users as it does on high traffic users.
Yeah I think I will check to be safe. I mean out of the clicks, I didnt generate any income so, it seems all good. Maybe a glitch....strange nontheless.
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