Site purported to offer “no risk” way to increase Google Adsense revenue.
Google has filed a cybersquatting complaint against the owner of the site AdsenseClickers.com in order to take over the domain name. [Update 1/11/16: Google won the case.]
Until recently, the website at AdsenseClickers.com offered a service to help people boost their Google Adsense pay-per-click revenue. The service promised to send only real, natural traffic and promised “zero risk” to customers, but I wouldn’t believe that.
An FAQ page captured by Internet Archive says that customers need to provide their Adsense ID. This wouldn’t be necessary for a service that just sends natural traffic to you.
The “About” page notes:
We at AdsenseClickers.com provide genuine adsense targeted traffic that clicks on your adsense ads to boost your adsense revenue to next level. We don’t make any false promise of making 100 or 1000s of dollars every month but we stick with 30 to 50 dollars per month as per plan that you have selected.
We know all adsense policies rules and always work with following them all. You’ll be in no risk by using our services. We are providing services on monthly basis that increases your trust in us to as google also sent payments monthly.
Looking to work with you soon…
Despite the supposed name Jason Mills and an address in the ritzy town of New Canaan, Connecticut, it turns out the domain name was registered by someone in India. The whois was protected by GoDaddy’s privacy service, but GoDaddy removed the service when the cybersquatting complaint was filed.