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Buyers! Don't pay $5 for a $.05 click!


#1

Just saw an ad here for a Seller who will, for $5, of course, click your Adsense ads! :open_mouth:



Website owners, this is totally against Google Adsense’s TOS, which means it’s most likely not permitted here at Fiverr either. This warning though is not related to Fiverr’s TOS, but a friendly, yet stern warning about Adsense’s Terms Of Service.



This is a SURE-FIRE WAY to get your Adsense account DISABLED. Wanna see how sad that is? Just head to Google’s Webmaster Forum and see all the sob stories of webmasters who’ve had their Adsense account disabled AND NO PAYOUT.



So if you have a good $150 or more sitting there in your account and Google finds out you’re gaming them - AND THEY WILL - not only will they close down your account quicker than a snoose through a goose, but you also don’t get that ‘free money’ that has accumulated in your account.



Some of you Adsense Account holders most likely know this, and you have to KNOW this isn’t worth the repercussions.



Some of you have Adsense accounts and actually don’t know this, which is sad, but it IS in their TOS.



Just a very friendly notification!


#2

It doesn’t worth gambling with your account doing that.

Google will ban you for sure.



Thanks @deafive for the post.


#3

Google is notoriously good at sniffing out fraudulent clicks.



The other risk, aside from having your account banned, is you might get stuck with a bill for what they have paid you in the past. And you could also face legal action.



Simply not worth it. Stay far, far away from gigs like this.


#4

thank you for this i was about to purchase $500 worth of clicks lol anyone know where to get clicks i can pay for on a scale from for example $500/50,000 clicks ? please help im highly motivated publisher thank you for your time fiverr friends :wink:


#5

Reply to @otwperiod: You don’t because that can cause problems too if you’re not careful. Try promoting your site or blog through different outlets. Its a lot safer and won’t land you in scolding water.


#6

Always read the Terms of Use if you use a service. If you don’t, you will end in trouble, always.



Especially many of the click gigs give clicks from same IPs, which will always result in a ban. Even if they follow through all security measures and have a billion different IPs, it’s still not a 100% safe way, and goes against TOS.



If you want to get clicks, your best bet is to do SEO to get natural clicks from search engines. Another good idea is to get REAL targeted traffic. 90% of traffic gigs are NOT real. Real traffic can be spotted by looking at their price tags. 1000+ visits for $5 is not real, or at least targeted.


#7

OH MY GOD, there are really people who offer this AND people who purchase it? No, it is a bad joke! I hope. What a shame.


#8

It’s not real …


#9

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