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This isn't really cracking per say, but I work for a company, and we create a specific type of vehicle. When you google our company name, the first result on google which is an ad, is our biggest competitor, and we lose a lot of traffic due to people not knowing its an ad. Our ad is second, right after theirs. I've been told they get a certain amount of clicks a day, and every day if they exceed those clicks, their ad is removed until tomorrow. So number 1, is this true about google ads? They pay by click?

 

Also, is it possible to setup a bunch of proxies that go to google, search the term, and click the specific ad? How would I go about doing this?

 

Any input is appreciated.


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Try reporting or social engineering their host? I mean you could probs take the site + ad revenue. Depends how big this company is lol. Kappa


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Try reporting or social engineering their host? I mean you could probs take the site + ad revenue. Depends how big this company is lol. Kappa

 

What do you mean reporting? The company isn't super popular, but brings in over 100 million a year. I don't think reporting them would work, as they aren't doing anything illegal or breaking any rules.. but I may just not understand.


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What do you mean reporting? The company isn't super popular, but brings in over 100 million a year. I don't think reporting them would work, as they aren't doing anything illegal or breaking any rules.. but I may just not understand.

Reporting the site to the host. Just come up with some bullshit. Idk man, anything's worth a shot xD


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