Guess I can't put actual figures but today hasn't been a big day for impressions but the percentage of hubs is high .. over 50% ... not had anything like that .. It isn't me and I haven't encouraged anyone ... Obviously don't want to get banned ... anything I can do or should I just accept it's a very good day ?
Is it all on one hub? Or across many?
If you're really worried then you can contact Google and let them know - they won't register payment for fraudulent clicks and they can usually track these things fairly well. Getting in early will let them know you see there is a problem and help them solve it.
However I wouldn't get too worried unless you have more than ten clicks more than usual on one hub (of course this can vary depending on traffic.) Good luck.
Thanks both, well it settled a little overnight but just over half of the impressions had clicks though financially pretty small so maybe I'll leave it this time. I wonder how google manage these though. I have heard of people being banned for dodgy clicks but I've come across a few people on here whose views I strongly disagree with ... Thankfully I'm not a vindictive kinda guy but if I was, what's to stop me clicking on hundreds of thir ads and getting them banned ... just a thought
If you did that, Google would know and ban YOUR account.
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