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Hello,

 

Is it possible to limitate the number of times my ad is clicked from one and the same IP address? For example if my competitors want to click all the time my add from one and the same PC, can I limitate that?

For me it will be the best if my ad is clicked up to 5 times from one IP address and after that never to show again to this user.

 

Regards,

Lyubomir

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Another option you could explore is if you are able to create a Google Analytics remarketing audience with users that have hit your site more than 5 times from ads in a short time period. Then you can use RLSA to add this audience as a negative across your campaigns.

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@Lyubomir A;

You could; read at the following link;

https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/2456098?hl=en

Having said that, be aware that your competitor may use dynamic IP. If this were the case I would ask Google to investigate;

Read more about invalid clicks;

https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/2549113

 

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Another option you could explore is if you are able to create a Google Analytics remarketing audience with users that have hit your site more than 5 times from ads in a short time period. Then you can use RLSA to add this audience as a negative across your campaigns.