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What traffic sources can’t I track with ClickMagick?

ClickMagick processes clicks from an almost unlimited number of traffic sources and optionally redirects them to “content,” such as websites, downloads, videos, etc. To prevent fraud and scams, ClickMagick disallows both fraudulent traffic sources and deceptive, malicious or otherwise unacceptable content.

Here, we’re going to cover the types of incoming traffic that ClickMagick does not allow. If you want to learn more about the types of deceptive, malicious and otherwise unacceptable websites and content you can’t promote with ClickMagick, you’ll want to read this article:
  What types of content can’t I promote with ClickMagick?

ClickMagick does not allow or track traffic from the specific “bulk traffic” sites listed below. Publishers regularly abuse these ad platforms and generate clicks in fraudulent ways, we’ve logged massive amounts of fake clicks from these sites, and we simply don’t want this type of traffic associated with ClickMagick in any way.

“Bulk” Traffic Sites: /    

Many of the same problems exist with many of the popular PPV/CPV networks to a lesser degree.

So while you MAY track PPV/CPV traffic using ClickMagick Campaigns, you may NOT track PPV/CPV traffic with ClickMagick Tracking Links or Rotators.

If you attempt to track this type of traffic with Tracking Links or Rotators we’ll simply remind you to use Campaigns instead.

Example PPV/CPV Networks

Article 138 Last updated: 07/03/2020 6:33:02 AM