Invalided activity in Google ad words.

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Invalided activity in Google ad words.
« on: 04-11-2014, 07:05:25 »
Hi All,

What is invalided activity in Google ad words.

In invalid activity i got some money return to my account from Adwords.

So please Explain.

Thanks,
Rohit.


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Re: Invalided activity in Google ad words.
« Reply #1 on: 04-11-2014, 08:26:42 »
Some clicks that is not clicked by real people like bot click, etc... that is called invalid click.. That money will be return to the arvertiser again that's it..

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Re: Invalided activity in Google ad words.
« Reply #2 on: 04-28-2014, 05:59:48 »
Here are just a few examples of what Google may consider to be invalid clicks:
manual clicks intended to increase your advertising costs or to increase profits for website owners hosting your ads
clicks by automated clicking tools, robots, or other deceptive software
extraneous clicks that provide no value to the advertiser, such as the second click of a double-click
Each click on an AdWords ad is examined by our system, and Google has sophisticated systems to identify invalid clicks and impressions and remove them from your account data.
When Google determines that clicks are invalid, we try to automatically filter them from your reports and payments so that you're not charged for those clicks. If we find that invalid clicks have escaped automatic detection, you may be eligible to receive a credit for those clicks. These credits are called "invalid activity" adjustments.

 

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