VIDEO: What's CLEAN Unique Clicks?

Ever since June 1st, 2015, 
TrafficForMe.com became the first traffic broker to publicly scrub all suspicious traffic from your campaigns and only ask you to pay for super clean visitors.

Since then, we have continued to improve on our blocking and filtering technology.
Click Fraud has run rampant in the entire online advertising space. 
T4Me cleans all of it's incoming traffic and blocks all non-human or suspicious visitors from reaching your site. When you go to STATS in T4Me, you'll see "Raw Clicks", "Unique Clicks Rec'd", and "CLEAN Unique Clicks".

You are only paying for CLEAN UNIQUE CLICKS.

We hand pick all of our publishers, continually test for quality, and only work with the best of the best. Even still, some 'bad' stuff still gets through - and it's not always in the control of the list owner. Nonetheless, we believe you should only pay for REAL HUMANS ... who are REALLY INTERESTED in whatever you are offering.

So, what are we blocking?

There are a few different types of "bad" or "suspicious" clicks that we are blocking:
Bots - You've probably heard of this one. But did you know that not all bots are malicious?? A bot is simply any type of automated software that accesses your links, landing pages, or rotators. 

They can be from a reputable source like google, bing, or yahoo. These are innocent uses like a link monitoring system, webcrawler, or spider. 
Or they can be a malicious bot used to generate fake clicks, fake optins, or anti-spam bots who's entire goal is to click everything, opt-in to everything, and just wreaking havoc on everyone in their path.

Whichever kind of bot, we don't think you should have to pay for these clicks.

Duplicate Click - A user who clicks more than one time in the same campaign. This can be two clicks... or fifty clicks. After a certain number of clicks, we consider them abusers and block them entirely. We've seen some hitting a link almost 100 times in a minute. We block the abusers entirely since they're almost always fraudsters in some way.

No matter how many duplicate clicks, we don't think you should have to pay for these clicks.

Banned Location - There are a number of servers in the world known for housing scammers and fraudsters. Whether human or bots, we block these 'clicks' from reaching your site. In some cases, we even block entire countries known for fraud.

If it comes from a known 'bad' server or country, we don't think you should have to pay for these clicks.
We hope this explains our stance against bots, fraud, and other non-human traffic. Should you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask.

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