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March 21, 2008

Common Myth Busted!


People believe that if you see a paid search ad on Google you can “cheat” to get to the landing page while avoiding the click cost. They assume that if you right click on the ad and copy the link location (under properties) to another browser you can view the landing page while avoiding the charge because you didn’t actually “click.”

This is NOT true!
Google confirmed that you do get charged for that click. So consider yourself warned.

written by Erin Gordon -- erin.gordon at channeladvisor.com


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