N/APosted on - 09/25/2011
I made a new website and I recently added my Adsense account there. I just noticed a weird activity where in, my clicks are very high compared to its impression. I'm suspecting that someone is doing click bombing and wants my Adsense to be banned. I don't know how to play this game so I removed my Adsense in that site to prevent that click bomber from clicking multiple ads.
Are there any ways to block a specific IP address to prevent click bombing and the likes?
Blocking a specific IP Address to prevent click bombing
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