Does Google count click when Ad is seen (and clicked) in a Search but restricted by firewall.
For Ads related to B2B products and services, a user conducts a Google search and sees and clicks on the Ad in their SERP, but in some company environments a firewall then restricts the rendering or presentment of that Ad to the user. Does Google charge for this click?
This seems like a big problem to the advertiser as many corporate firewall systems by default will restrict "Advertising" traffic and not present the Ad.
Re: Does Google count click when Ad is seen (and clicked) in a Search but restricted by firewall.
The advertiser is charged once the ad is clicked;
On the advertiser side: the site MUST be accessible. On the user side: if the organization blocks certain domains - the advertiser is still charged..
AdWords is a CPC platform. The advertiser pays per click
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