The following incredible video was brought to my attention by Mish at his Global Economic
Trend Analysis website. As I read his post, I was blown away by the fact that his thought process on Facebook’s ad revenues and his experience in running a website was so incredibly similar to my own. He wrote:
I do not pay anyone to direct traffic to my blog and I do not ask people to click on ads they are not interested in. Nor do I want them too.
On several occasions, I even reported myself to Google.
I am in the exact same camp as him, and in fact, just last month I noticed some suspicious clicks coming to my site that made no sense and generated a massive amount of revenue. I emailed Google to report this.
I was stunned when I saw Facebook’s revenue for the last quarter. As someone that makes money off of online ads, I know what the trends with cost per click are. Facebook’s numbers made me scratch my head. I have been trying to understand what is going on, and thanks to the following video a lot of things are starting to make sense. Something is definitely fishy with Facebook. This is a must watch video on Facebook Fraud.
Someone please send this to Gundlach.
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How Much of Facebook’s Ad Revenue is From Click Fraud? originally appeared on A Lightning War for Liberty on February 12, 2014.
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