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CharlesWorthing

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I am looking at a video from The Quarantining, who is our guy on youtube. He is talking about his day job which is advising people on how to spend their google ads money (paid search advertising).

He says that people like lawyers might pay hundreds of dollars per click for their adverts, if they are specific like "industrial accident lawyer" or "personal injury lawyer". It is interesting in itself.

It game me a laugh when I considered people could figure out which companies/professions anti-white people work at, or own, and then cost them money by clicking on their ads. You could even wreck google's ability to sell expensive ads if this went viral. I am not advocating this. These people would hunt you down from your IP address if your real IP leaks.





 
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I like the sound of your plan. It's kind of like that wallstreet stock shorting exploiting thing we had a little while ago.

The problem when comparing that to this though is that there is no mechanism of "entrapment" to lock these high paying businesses into paying this ad revenue money when they start to have traffic hit them hard. They can simply pull their ad funding from google ads once they catch wind of what is going on (unless, it isn't as simple as that and I am missing something).

It is worth a try regardless. At the very least, disruption is an important element of warfare and I would love nothing more than for this corrupt jew empire to burn to the ground.

I have to say, I really respect your ability to come up with different schemes and ideas to fight back against the jew system. I've seen your other ideas you have come up with in different threads and I admire how you think them through to harm the enemy. A planner like yourself is always a great asset to have on our side.
 

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The problem when comparing that to this though is that there is no mechanism of "entrapment" to lock these high paying businesses into paying this ad revenue money when they start to have traffic hit them hard. They can simply pull their ad funding from google ads once they catch wind of what is going on (unless, it isn't as simple as that and I am missing something).
Thanks. I figure that click fraud, which this is, degrades the value of what google is offering. You start with the most expensive key phrases and work your way down in a path of destruction. I think a lot of the anti-capitalist people would like to get in on this.

With google ads, companies bid to place ads. How much they bid determines the order of placement. Each company has an ad budget. If you ran through the ad budget of one company, you get to the others.

How long are people going to pay offer $500 a click when the traffic is spurious?

I would never advocate this fraudulent behavior. But I guess that people who wanted to engage in such shenanigans would probably use TOR browser to generate new circuits every so often so that google couldn't identify false traffic.
 

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It won't work. Advertising is how Google makes its money so they have an incentive to do everything in their power to crack down on something like that. Google already has experience in that area because people have tried to get manipulate Adsense ever since it was created. Even if they couldn't stop it, which I'm pretty sure that they could, they would just refund the advertiser their money.
 

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It won't work. Advertising is how Google makes its money so they have an incentive to do everything in their power to crack down on something like that. Google already has experience in that area because people have tried to get manipulate Adsense ever since it was created. Even if they couldn't stop it, which I'm pretty sure that they could, they would just refund the advertiser their money.
They can't read minds.
 

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They can't read minds.
Algorithms are learning to read minds.

Google can detect patterns and they aren't stupid. If there suddenly is a huge increase in activity, they can tell that it's some kind of revenge activity. Either they will refund the money or decide to not charge the advertiser until it can be determined if the activity is unnatural.

To be successful you would have to make it look natural. You would have to click ads at the same time as normal and from the same places. Unusual times or locations would give it away. You would also have to do it manually to make it look real. The browser could also give it away, either because you didn't clean it or because you cleaned it and it looked unnatural.

If someone could figure out how to manipulate Google and Adsense, they could make millions. As far as I know, nobody has done so. But I guess that random people on the Internet with no motive besides revenge are going to figure it all out.
 

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Google can detect patterns and they aren't stupid. If there suddenly is a huge increase in activity, they can tell that it's some kind of revenge activity. Either they will refund the money or decide to not charge the advertiser until it can be determined if the activity is unnatural.

To be successful you would have to make it look natural. You would have to click ads at the same time as normal and from the same places. Unusual times or locations would give it away. You would also have to do it manually to make it look real. The browser could also give it away, either because you didn't clean it or because you cleaned it and it looked unnatural.
Parcel the work out, like that jewish application which gets jewish activists to up/down vote on comments around the web and post pro/anti comments on a story. You can have many people, on many different machines, coming at ads from different directions.

People already do this. So we know that it works.
 

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Parcel the work out, like that jewish application which gets jewish activists to up/down vote on comments around the web and post pro/anti comments on a story. You can have many people, on many different machines, coming at ads from different directions.

People already do this. So we know that it works.
Are you comparing brigading and raiding to your plan? I don't know about those applications, but even if they exist, I can guarantee you that the activity is detectable if there is enough activity on them. It's one thing to tolerate that stuff, which can perhaps even help the site, and targetted ad clicking.

Google will be able to detect unnatural activity and even if by some miracle they couldn't figure out how or why it happened, they could just refund the advertiser. A couple of millions is nothing to Google, especially if it helps to maintain Google's reputation.
 

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I am looking at a video from The Quarantining, who is our guy on youtube. He is talking about his day job which is advising people on how to spend their google ads money (paid search advertising).

He says that people like lawyers might pay hundreds of dollars per click for their adverts, if they are specific like "industrial accident lawyer" or "personal injury lawyer". It is interesting in itself.

It game me a laugh when I considered people could figure out which companies/professions anti-white people work at, or own, and then cost them money by clicking on their ads. You could even wreck google's ability to sell expensive ads if this went viral. I am not advocating this. These people would hunt you down from your IP address if your real IP leaks.





They will make it to where an IP address only counts for one click, you'd have to change your IP for every click
 

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I am looking at a video from The Quarantining, who is our guy on youtube. He is talking about his day job which is advising people on how to spend their google ads money (paid search advertising).

He says that people like lawyers might pay hundreds of dollars per click for their adverts, if they are specific like "industrial accident lawyer" or "personal injury lawyer". It is interesting in itself.

It game me a laugh when I considered people could figure out which companies/professions anti-white people work at, or own, and then cost them money by clicking on their ads. You could even wreck google's ability to sell expensive ads if this went viral. I am not advocating this. These people would hunt you down from your IP address if your real IP leaks.





Good graphic, reminded me of visual capitalist.
 

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Even if Google detects unusual activity it means their marketing becomes less valuable to their clients, so it's still an interesting idea (no consideration for ROI on my part though)

We could use a tool like Ad Nauseam to automate the process by targeting specifically anti-white outfits using a widely distributed list that's self-updating

 

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Google does mention that it attempts to detect this, and ignore the traffic. If it was done on a large scale, then they would probably step in to try and account for it.

It might also do less harm to large corporations, etc, so that you would typically need to be targeting a fairly small operation that used advertisements that involve spending beyond their means. Further, it might depend on what services they send their advertisements through, since some of them might have less precautions against this kind of attack.

If there were moles at a company (eg. recent ex-employees) with intimate knowledge of that company's digital advertising schemes, then it might be possible to pull something off if vulnerabilities could be found. I suppose that something might be possible if you had many people involved, and could somehow stagger it to look sufficiently organic. However, if you did get a lot of people, but Google, etc., caught wind of it, then you might still see measures put in place to give you problems.

It might also be difficult for people to measure if their clicks are having a significant impact, or being counted by the algorithm.
 

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Even if Google detects unusual activity it means their marketing becomes less valuable to their clients, so it's still an interesting idea (no consideration for ROI on my part though)

We could use a tool like Ad Nauseam to automate the process by targeting specifically anti-white outfits using a widely distributed list that's self-updating

With the right amount of coffee, proper motivation and about 15 minutes on Fiverr, trust me. It can get done done hard.
 

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They will make it to where an IP address only counts for one click, you'd have to change your IP for every click
Easily done on TOR browser. You can have different tabs on different IP addresses.

Even if Google detects unusual activity it means their marketing becomes less valuable to their clients, so it's still an interesting idea (no consideration for ROI on my part though)
You run through the ad budget for a bunch of people and then make a public announcement. It will draw in more participants, piss off advertiser's, and harm Google.
 

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There isn't a way to make a company pay for 6 million clicks if you had the time to do that.

BUT.

These companies use an advertising budget, lets say 50,000 dollars for example.
If we all went there and made the clicks, it could use up their entire budgets for nothing.
 

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This is the true purpose of your cash phone. Also people really should buy a faraday bag!
 
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