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By: Legacy User

Mon, 30 Nov -0001 00:00:00 +0000

Thank you Greg, for informing us of this activity of PPC spyware, and scams. All Online Entrepreneurs needs to read this, and take better precautions on their PPC activity. Thanks again Greg, keep us informed on any more information pertaining to this matter. -- *Darrick*



By: Legacy User

Mon, 30 Nov -0001 00:00:00 +0000

Protecting your PPC campaign is gradually becoming a must, especially that most of the time we don't even know when our ads create good leads or generating fraudulent activities. Well, so much for the ad-words or Yahoo's Search Marketining programs and their promises in increasing your ROI. However, you can put control in your hands and have a better transparency of your campaign by monitoring your PPC’s through fraud-protection software that allows you to manage and catch the leak before it hits your bottom line. Such audit oriented software and services can be acquired from company such as www.ClickFacts.com. Hoping that the fraud won’t touch your pay per click accounts, because your network said it will be safe, is like having a front door to your house but not installing the security. -- *Dan*



By: Legacy User

Mon, 30 Nov -0001 00:00:00 +0000

It seems that i just recently encountered a problem with this. I clicked into yahoo search engine to find my website and to my surprise i saw that after the 1st 3 ad clicked directlly to my site, however, the next 4 or 5 ads had my domain name, however it led to someone else's site entirely. not relating to my site. Much more than this i saw that one ad listed my complete name, address, and phone number. I copied the html code for the site and (All sources En.b2b168.com)tried contacting them about the error. It took me 2 days now to finally be able to send a message asking them to remove me from their site. I still do not know if this is the correct place to contact. Maybe you can help me identify this problem? -- *Donnette Bennett*



By: Legacy User

Mon, 30 Nov -0001 00:00:00 +0000

I would strongly recommend that you contact Yahoo! Search Marketing team to resolve this issue. It sounds like you would need to edit things within your Yahoo! SM account. Here's the number (along with other support #s): o Google AdWords: 1-866-246-6453 o Yahoo! Search Marketing: 1-866-924-6676 o Microsoft adCenter: 1-800-518-5689 Hope this helps. Greg -- *Greg*



By: Legacy User

Mon, 30 Nov -0001 00:00:00 +0000

Ouch!!! I am a little afraid of PPC right now. Is it really possible? Please, would like more info. -- *Posicionar Sitio*



By: Legacy User

Mon, 30 Nov -0001 00:00:00 +0000

So much fraud nowadays! You do pay per click and you end being being clicked by fraudsters. I think I will stick to free advertising like text ads and articles submission. No money for pay per click. -- *Chan Kong Loon*



By: Legacy User

Mon, 30 Nov -0001 00:00:00 +0000

Thanks, Greg, information on Pay per click spyware, and scams. Useful information for advertisers. Tracking ad spends and Check on adwords accounts frequently. Run keyword reports weekly -- *henrry134*