Welcome to ClickCease!

First off, You'll need to set up automatic IP blocking to your domain.

Please follow the onboarding instructions which will appear as soon as you login to your dashboard for the first time.

In order for the automatic IP blocking script to begin running, you must grant ClickCease access to the Google Ads account related to the protected domain.

If you choose the option to grant us access manually, the system will automatically send you an access request to your Google Ads account from our ClickCease MCC account.

You will then need to approve the request. Check the "Approve Google Ads ID" sub-tab for specific instructions on how to approve the request if you are unsure.

Once accepted, the account will have its automatic IP blocking feature turned on immediately.

For a full video tutorial on how to approve the access request, please see below-

If you choose the second option, simply connect your Google ads account via Google's authentication's process and we will be linked instantly.

Now, you'll need to set up our monitoring systems.

In order to monitor your ads against fraud, we use two different methods.

Both methods can be found under "Settings"--->"Domain setup"--->"Tracking installation".


The HTML tracking code:

This code needs to be installed on all landing pages and is used for both Google Ads and Microsoft ads.

Simply copy the HTML snippet and install it in the body tag of your landing pages.

If you are unsure on how to do so, our staff will be more than happy to assist you in doing so.

For more information regarding the HTML tracking code see here

Google Ads tracking template:

This template needs to be implemented into your Google Ads account.
please follow these instructions in order to implement it:

1. Sign in to Google Ads .

2. Click the Campaigns tab.

3. Click the Settings tab.

4. Click the Account Settings tab uptop. 

5. Copy and paste the tracking template from your ClickCease dashboard to the highlighted location in the screenshot above.

6. Make sure auto-tagging is set to YES.

For more information regarding the tracking template see here

By employing both methods we are able to gather the necessary information in order to decide whether a certain click is fraudulent or innocent.

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