Mar 1, 2008
Using patent pending analytics and live campaign data from the Click Fraud Network_, Click Forensics for Publishers identifies sources of click fraud and poor quality traffic. Information is updated in real time as data is continuously gathered from live advertising campaigns tracked across various search engines, content networks and publishers. Specific data tailored to the needs of the individual publisher or ad network is then provided via an API so intelligent filtering decisions can be made.
The service from Click Forensics was developed in response to the growing threat search engines, ad networks and publishers face from savvy fraudsters. Recently it was reported that advertisements running on Google's search engine were compromised by malware, demonstrating the degree of sophistication fraudsters have achieved.
One of the first ad networks using the service is adMarketplace, the company that runs the advertising campaigns for eBay merchants. "Within weeks of using the new service from Click Forensics, we significantly improved the traffic quality and conversion rates for our advertisers," said James Hill, adMarketplace CEO. "The best part is the service automatically provides regular updates on our traffic sources, which protects our advertisers and improves the overall quality of our Pay Per Click Exchange."
"As the competition for high quality traffic heats up and as search engines, ad networks and publishers become targets of more sophisticated fraud schemes, they need to ensure the traffic they deliver is of the highest quality," said Tom Cuthbert, president and CEO of Click Forensics, Inc. "Click Forensics for Publishers does just that by helping provide the best quality traffic possible."
Click Forensics for Publishers is available now. For more information, visit http://clickforensics.com/Pages/Publishers.aspx.
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