What you should know about Ads54

What you should know about Ads54

1. What happens if my account balance reaches $0.00? Once that happens, our system will restrict your Ads campaign; and it will become inactive. Ads previously shared will be redirected to ads54 homepage. You will be able to login into your dashboard and use the reporting functionality. As a courtesy, your link redirections will continue to work for a few days, before being disabled. You can reactivate your account by funding it. To fund it, click “Manage Ads” 2. How much can I pay to join Ads54? Joining Ads54 is free however running an Ad does not cost much. With $5.3 USD you can have 100 customers 3. How many people will see my Ads? Depending on how long your ads stay on Ads54, minimum of 200,000 unique people is guaranteed for your purchase of 100clicks. Showing your ads to above a million people takes between 8hours to 24 hours via different social media networks. For the records, ads that stay up to one month on Ads54 4. What is Proxy traffic? Proxy Traffic represent visitors that we consider to be real humans, however they employ technology to spoof their geolocation, like Proxies, VPN, Hola etc 5. What is Valid traffic? Valid Traffic represents visitors that we consider to be real humans, using residential connections that have the ability to see your landing page. 6. What is Bot traffic? Bot Traffic represents visitors that we believe might not be real humans, or people that modified their browser to fake its User Agent. 7. What is Junk traffic? Junk Traffic represents visitors that we consider to be real humans, however they use very low performance hardware or highly outdated software. For example, Junk traffic would be any users using Windows XP pre-SP2, as it does not support the TLS 1.2 protocol, which might make it impossible for them to load your landing page. 8. Can some human traffic be detected as Bot? Yes, it is possible in following situations: • The user browser has a privacy-enhancing extensions that for example blocks HTML5 Canvas or modifies the browser’s User Agent header. • Mobile users that browse your landing page in "Desktop mode", that Ads54 correctly identifies as a case of User Agent spoofing. While unlikely, there might be some minimal rate of real false positive detection, especially when the visitor makes use of a very old browser — like Internet Explorer 5 for example. 9. Why is traffic that I know is high quality isn’t recognized as 100% valid? Absolutely clean traffic is nearly impossible to achieve. Even if you, as the website owner, are sure that nobody is sending bot traffic to your website, there will still be exceptions, like: Various antivirus scanners like Google Safebrowsing, which Ads54 detects For the cases where you’re displaying adverts on your website, the advertising network delivering them might employ landing page verification services like GeoEdge, which Ads54 detects When your website is shared on an instant messaging service like Skype, that displays screenshots or images from URLs, the bots fetching the screenshot will be detected as well. The bottomline is, Ads54 will always find that a few percentages of traffic to any website, is in fact Bot Traffic, that’s not a false-positive. 10. Does Ads54 detect search engine bots? Yes, all search engine bots are correctly identified as Bot Traffic by Ads54. While it might seem like it could have been a good idea to have a separate category of "good bots" for the search engine bots, we have decided against it. Taking Google as an example, one of the reasons is that it makes use of both official Google Bots that identify themselves as such, respect robots.txt file etc., as well as some incognito bots, that pretend to be real human visitors, using residential connections. It’s our assumption that Google employs this strategy in order to detect Cloaking, as well as to scan for malware (like Google SafeBrowsing). Because of this green lighting just “good bots”, while blocking access to the other search engine bots, might result in inconsistencies that will affect the search engine ranking of your website. So despite their intended use, these incognito bots are detected by Ads54 as being Bot Traffic. 11. Where’s the best place on my website, to place the JavaScript Tag code snippet? You can place the code snippet anywhere inside the website’s code. However, we recommend that it is placed in the section of the landing page.

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