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Adwords are transparency in counting the number of valid clicks?

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Do you think adwords advertising are transparency in counting the number of valid clicks?
I experienced that the adwords clicks or number of impressions and CTR over 120% as possible?
Sure, Impossible but it true.

 

I trust that adwords precision in counting the number of clicks, because that is the amount we paid to Google Adwords. But today, I have no doubt wondering. Clicks can be exploited rather than actual clicks.
Some invalid click from SmartPhone (CTR 404%)  

 

That make Reminded me to paid the money in the passed, we think that adword is accurate or not.
Now i'm believe. 

 

let see this reported from Google Adwords Team.

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Hello Supakorn ! Welcome to the Community !

 

Here are some articles explaining what you are experiencing, please read them :

 

https://www.en.adwords-community.com/t5/Improve-results/My-CTR-is-200-how-could-this-happen/m-p/2943...

 

https://www.en.adwords-community.com/t5/User-Articles/Abnormal-Statistics/ba-p/48558

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If you want to contact the google support team , please use the contacts from this page :

https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/8206?hl=en&hlrm=en

The forum offers you a user-to-user interraction .

Re: Adwords are transparency in counting the number of valid clicks?

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Hi Supakorn C,

 

You are looking at today's statistics. They are not yet complete. It's always best to wait until the next day to review performance. Reporting is not real time and all stats are not recorded at the same time. Look again the next day and the stats should make more sense.

 

Pete

 

petebardo -- Deadhead doing AdWords