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Marketingexperiments.com Web Clinic to Address Click Fraud Protection
March 29th clinic will discuss how online marketers can combat click fraud when running pay-per-click campaigns.
ATLANTIC BEACH, Fla. – March 22, 2006 – How can a company combat click fraud when running pay-per-click (PPC) marketing campaigns? How can it minimize the chance of being targeted and find out if it has already been paying for fraudulent clicks?
These questions and more will be answered at the next MarketingExperiments.com (MEC) Web Clinic, to be held Wednesday, March 29, 2006 at 4:00 p.m. EST. The 60-minute teleconference is offered to interested parties free of charge, with prior registration requested.
“The genesis of this Web Clinic came when we at MEC thought we might have been victims of click fraud ourselves,” said Nick Usborne, senior editor at MEC. “We set out to answer some serious questions about click fraud and found answers that we think every online marketer should know about in order to protect themselves and their business. PPC campaigns can be an integral part of a marketing plan, but as awareness of click fraud grows, it is becoming necessary to learn how to protect both the integrity and the return on investment of online campaigns.”
During the Web Clinic, MEC analysts will share the findings of their research as presented in a 10-point plan. This plan offers information on minimizing a company’s likelihood of becoming a victim of click fraud and also provides instructions on identifying click fraud attacks as and when they occur.
MarketingExperiments.com, an online research laboratory, has been named one of 2005’s best online marketing sites by KnowThis.com and is dedicated to discovering “what really works” in Internet marketing.
MarketingExperiments.com tests every conceivable methodology to determine which online strategies and tactics are the most successful to improve conversion, drive traffic and sell product. Results of its experiments are published online in the Marketing Experiments Journal.
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