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June 24, 2009 / Raffy Pekson II

Is Facebook’s Cost-per-click a fraud?

A big part of Facebook‘s $550 million revenue target will be coming from “cost-per-click” advertising from self-service advertisers, usually entreprenuers, SOHO or small businesses. But there’s a ruckus exploding within these advertisers that Facebook is defrauding them of bloated click numbers–not just 20% or so but almost 10 times the actual clicks. So, advertisers are complaining that Facebook is recording clicks that don’t really exist at all. But Facebooking isn’t acknowledging the ghost clicks nor are they refunding advertisers. They are, however, asking advertisers for proof by sending Facebook the actual logs that display the discrepancy.

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  1. Finkelstein Thompson LLP / Jun 24 2009 11:02 pm

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