Google teams up with Click Forensics: Bad news for click fraudsters

I have wonderful news for advertisers using Google AdWords (I’m one of them), the same news is also bad news for click fraudsters (I’m not one of them). Google and Click Forensics just made a holy alliance and they’re out to catch sneaky click fraudsters out there.

Click fraudsters probably know Click Forensics better than advertisers since Click Forensics have been hunting for them for so many years. Take a look at the following video and see just how determined Click Forensics is in fighting click fraud.

To all Malaysian click fraudsters out there, you rats better watch out. I know all about your dirty Exchanging-AdSense-Clicks scheme and sooner or later, Google, with the help of Click Forensics will catch you suckers for good!
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