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​​Top 10 Filters You Must Enable to Avoid Click Spam Report

Click spam is a big problem for publishers, and it can harm their reputation through a sneaky ad fraud technique. It gets worse when Google AdSense bans a publisher because of ongoing spam activities on their content, and sometimes the publisher may not even be aware of it. Did you know how to avoid click spam filters!

Once banned, the publisher can’t participate in auctions or enjoy the benefits as an AdSense member until the suspended account is restored, and that process can be quite tough.

But what if there was a way to avoid all this trouble? By just turning on some filters for your content, you can prevent spam clicks from getting through.

If your campaigns are getting too many impressions that seem off, it’s time to be cautious and check for click spam. Just enable the filters we’re about to talk about, and the team at MagicShield will take care of the rest.

Let’s walk you through these filters.

Top 10 Click Spam Filters to Enable Now

Top 10 Click Spam Filters to Enable Now

1. Bot Networks

Most click spam comes from non-human impressions created by bots. Our Bot Network filter blocks this traffic, stopping fake engagement and keeping click spam in check.

2. Click Farms

Click farms are groups that pay people to click on ads, creating fake engagement. Our filter removes impressions from users who don’t take further actions after landing on a page, reducing the risk of click farm impressions.

3. Non-Viewable Filters

Fraudsters use sneaky techniques with bots that can’t be seen but still generate impressions. Our non-viewable filters combat this off-screen and hidden traffic, making sure your impressions are from real users.

4. Spoofing

Spoofed IP attacks change the source IP address to trick analysis. Our Spoofed IP filter catches traffic from sources with manipulated IP addresses, helping to identify fake clicks.

5. High-Risk Domains

Some domains are known for spam and fraud. Our high-risk domain filter blocks traffic from these domains, reducing invalid traffic (IVT) between 30% to 80%.

6. Click Spams

Our Click Spam 30 and Click Spam 60 filters rate the severity of click spam activity, helping you assess and manage fraudulent clicks.

7. Compromised Origins

Compromised origins are websites or apps hacked by unauthorized individuals. Our filter detects and prevents Malicious Ad Injection, Malware Distribution, and Phishing attacks.

8. Attack Origins

Attack origins involve compromised sites spreading malware and engaging in harmful activities. Our filter targets attacks like Malvertising, Click Fraud, Ad Injection, and Phishing.

9. Non-Standard Crawlers

Non-standard crawlers are automated programs that don’t follow standard guidelines. Our filter identifies these crawlers, preventing ad fraud schemes like impression stuffing or click fraud.

10. Suspicious Browser Origins

Suspicious browser origins show abnormal behavior. Our filter flags these browsers, protecting advertisers, publishers, and users from potential risks like click fraud or ad injection.