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Can you figure out my “solo ad” discrepancies?

Unfortunately, this is one thing we can’t do for you.

However, we’ve put together an extremely detailed guide that covers everything we know on the topic, so you can hopefully figure out the problem on your own.

You can find that here:

Why don’t my click stats match [something else]?

Again, please understand that everything we know is fully detailed at the link above. You could hold a gun to our heads and we simply couldn’t tell you anything else.

After reading the above, the only thing left is for you to spend the time it takes to figure out the problem.

There’s nothing we can do that you can’t do for yourself.

Why can’t you figure out my discrepancies for me?

In case you haven’t figured it out yet, the solo ad world is a pretty sketchy “industry.”

It’s full of crooks and scammers (some who are VERY sophisticated), and due to the way most people operate their solo ad businesses it also has a bunch of other inherent and oftentimes unsolvable problems.

Some of these problems are quite technical in nature, and even solo ad “gurus” who’ve been doing this for years have no clue what these problems really are or how to solve them.

Discrepancies can also take TONS of time to figure out (when it’s even possible). Sometimes hours.

Based on all of the above, this is just not something we can spend our time and resources on.

If you want to play the solo ad game you’re just going to have to get really good at this type of thing on your own.

“I just know it’s a problem with ClickMagick!”

Sorry, but it’s really not.

ClickMagick always has been, and always will be, the most accurate click tracker for “solo ads” on the planet.

If anyone says otherwise they’re lying to you, and probably trying to scam you.

What should I do if I can’t figure out the discrepancy?

The first thing to do is make sure that everything is set up properly on your end.

Once you’ve done that, especially if you’re only seeing a discrepancy with one particular traffic source, the simple solution is to just not work with that particular source of traffic as the problem is almost certainly on their end.

Article 145 Last updated: 04/20/2022 7:12:50 AM