Please, help me. Why my Google Adsense account newly approved 2 weeks ago, now closed with the reason invalid clicks? although I have never done intentionally fraudulent or inadvertently, I am very sure not to do it. And I've worked hard to get it. anyone who can help, I would really appreciate your help. Thank you.
Did friends, neighbours or work colleagues click on your ads? Google know exactly which part of the world your clicks are coming from, and it is very easy for them to determine click fraud.
But I don't know whether they do or not. Even they don't know which site belongs to me, because I know all the risks that I get if they know my site. I'm very protective of it all. And I had already filed an appeal, but I don't know of Google's decision. Thank You've responded to my question IzzyM, I appreciate it
I've a question to ask regarding the clicks on my site.
To make my near and dear ones read my hub it is quite natural that they come to know about the site. While, reading my hubs if they click on any ad which they feel relevant for them then will that bring in problem for me? Kindly, help.
Yes it will bring you problems. Ask them specifically to NOT click the ads, even if they are interested in them.
Google can tell every IP address, every computer, even the software they are running, as well as location.
If your friends click your ads, Google will know.
If you see suspicious click activity in your account, be pro-active and contact Google first.
It used to be normal to get 1 or 2 clicks every 100 views, but that figure has dropped drastically. Anything above that, is suspicious.
Your friends and others clicking your ads while reading your hubs is to be seen in a genuine perspective. There is some probability ratio for pageviews and clicks. Suppose on an average you get one click for every 15 page impressions. If a friend of yous clicks on your ads within that probability, it is natural and may not be a problem.
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