AdSense publisher clicks ads on her site; sues Google

Ash Nallawalla

3 September 2006

Click Fraud

Now this isn’t click fraud in the usual sense but a funny story about a woman whose AdSense account was cancelled because she admitted clicking ads on her own site. She mustn’t have read the ToS or heard of the preview tool.

The thread in Geek Village is funny too.

Ash Nallawalla

Search strategist experienced in large, complex websites. SEO consultant.

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