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Old 09-01-2017, 01:23 AM   #51
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What does it all mean?



The mentioned test uses the difference between human reaction time and the one for bots. It uses Javascript and downloads all the images in 300 ms and does it when the page is already downloaded. Individuals are not as fast as the bots, they most likely won't close the page before the test is finished. Also, there are not many internet users that disable Javascript.


If you take the above items and the descriptions in the above paragraphs, it is a 99% possibility, that when the page was downloaded, but the image not, it was a bot. It’s very easy to calculate the percentage of waste traffic using this approach. The formula looks in the following way:


Only page downloads without the image/the total number of visits*100


This method is great to show you, if there is a bot traffic you receive, but it won’t tell you the source of such traffic. So, if you want to find it, you’ll have to use another approach.


How to identify “clean” placements?



The next test can be launched even with the campaign that is already running. It can show you, what is what is worth targeting on a new traffic source and what is not. There are four simple steps to launch the test. First, create a new text file and copy the following code there:


<script type='text/javascript'>
function redir(){
window.location.replace('CTA_Link_of_your_tracker' );
}
</script>
</head>
<body onload="setTimeout(redir, 300);">
</body>


Then replace the 'CTA_Link_of_your_tracker' part with the actual CTA link of the tracker you’d always use for the lander. Second, save the file with the name like project.html and upload it to the hosting of your landing page. Third, start a campaign on any source of traffic. No matter which offer you’ll use, but set project.html as the only lander.


At last, launch the campaign and observe. Whenever any placement gets 60 clicks, go to another one and pause the previous. You’ll have to test a bit more than 20 placements. Why 60 clicks? Well, just because it’s enough data.


What can the test tell you?



The mentioned code does a very interesting and simple thing. It redirects the visitors to the lander only when 300 ms have passed (using Javascript). Then it comes to the CTR. Real humans don't have the fast reaction time of a bot, so they’ll be “clickthrough”, while the bots won’t. Actually, anyone who didn’t make a click is probably not a real person.


The test you’ve used is very versatile. You can apply it for countries, carriers, phone models, etc. The approach will be the same for all the cases. Different is only the thing you’re testing.


What to do with the traffic from bots


If the tests shows your placements are full of waste traffic, you should pause them immediately. Then some analysis is needed. The question is about the percentage of bot traffic and the possibility of making any money on these placements. If 20% or more of your visitors are not real humans, it’s unlikely that you’ll receive any profits on such placements. However, there might be some exceptions, but still, be sure it’s worth to deal with them.


The other thing you should definitely do is try to get a refund. In case it’s possible to show you have bot traffic using IP logs, contact you source of traffic for that. You can be sure to ask them for a refund. You’re paying for real traffic, not for the one from bots. It won’t solve the problem, but you will at least get some money back.
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Old 09-04-2017, 04:15 AM   #52
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