Forum Solo ads Excessive amount of visitors filtered as "javascript off". Anyone else?

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144 posts / 98 likes

Hey guys,

Recently I am getting almost 100% filtered rate as "JavaScript off". These clicks are being marked as such after being delivered. They're not returned back to the filter url

This is ridiculous. It can't be that way.

Anyone else?

To udimi team,check your filter please.

This is unreasonable

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81 / 1
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It's blocked everywhere, not any Qliker or Clickmagick issue, it's Udimi issue.

2015 / 18
62 posts / 39 likes

Yeah in qliker and other teachers make sure to use block on all bad traffic, and make sure that people who deliver to you also have it blocked

*clicktrackers

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44 posts / 20 likes

On some solo ads, along with the quality click, some vendors deliver requests from google cache servers. Such clicks are filtered out by "Javascript is off" filter, as they don't support JavaScript.

If you check IPs of such clicks, you'll see that their hostname is cache.google.com. These are not human clicks and therefore they are filtered out.

See attach

We checked some of your filtered clicks and found such requests from google cache.

In future updates, such clicks will be marked as useless. In the meantime, I'd suggest filtering such clicks out before they reach a Udimi tracking link just not to spoil your filtered clicks stats.

Note that these are not quality human clicks. They are correctly filtered.

96 / 1
19 posts / 11 likes

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Same problem here

81 / 1
3 posts / 1 like

Happened for me too, it's a joke, Udimi should look into this more, because that's not just for one person..

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Tim Walters
Tim Walters on 18 Oct 2020 at 23:06

Also, why is traffic filtered if " Cookies are off"? Many people don't enable cookies!

Most landing pages require javascript and cookies to display all contents of the page. Having these features turned off in browsers can break some features and make it not possible for the user to see the whole page, opt-in, buy, or visit other pages on the site. Therefore, such clicks are not counted as quality traffic.

Not having javascript also makes it not possible for the click to be forwarded to another link, like the seller’s return filtered to link.

It most cases, such clicks are not human clicks but just bots or requests from servers.

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James
James on 17 Oct 2020 at 23:54

Udimi should really look at the Residential IP Networks closer like Illuminati. Many sellers here go undetected delivering fake clicks, especially the sellers that deliver almost all mobile traffic as Illuminati is made up of mostly Mobile IP's. All go have to do is search google for "Residential IP

Udimi has a set of filtering methods that help to fight such types fraud. They include the analysis of behavioral factors, fraud intelligence databases and many others.

It’s also important that buyers negatively rate the seller who deliver bad quality traffic and report them to Udimi support. Besides the sophisticated filtering, we rely on the rating system.

76 / 1
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Also, why is traffic filtered if " Cookies are off"? Many people don't enable cookies!

2015 / 18
62 posts / 39 likes

OK now I also got that huge list of javascript off. No clue why there is a spike of it

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453 posts / 156 likes

Udimi should really look at the Residential IP Networks closer like Illuminati. Many sellers here go undetected delivering fake clicks, especially the sellers that deliver almost all mobile traffic as Illuminati is made up of mostly Mobile IP's.

All go have to do is search google for "Residential IP network" and you will see all the networks sellers use to deliver fake clicks that look like real clicks.

Then they setup Google Chrome with these extensions Canvas Defender, Cookie AutoDelete, Location Guard, Random User-Agent. Then they use Illuminati to switch their IP each time they visit your site, and optin 40% of the time so you get high optins and are happy. But no one real ever visits your link, only the seller using a residential ip network. There is no way to detect it as some of the residential ip networks have millions of ip's, and there is no way that udimi can block them all.

76 / 1
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Apparently. Udimis filtering is out of control!

2015 / 18
62 posts / 39 likes

So, if you are saying that they are using a browser without javascript they are actually wasted? I did not know javascript filtered clicks where going down the drain

76 / 1
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Yes, This happens to me as well. Very Annoying!

I also get a lot of "Too much traffic from one service provider" (ie. Spectrum, Comcast, AT&T , etc)

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2 posts / 0 likes

hey ... so is this javasript stuff going to be solved or it will last for days. ??

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44 posts / 20 likes

Hello Kujtim,

We've reviewed the filtered clicks on your recent orders. They all were filtered because they didn't support JavaScript in their browsers.

This can happen because they are using browsers that don't support JS, they turned off JS in their browsers, they are some kind of bots, or some other reason.

Please review the filtered clicks that you delivered and how they were generated.

We cannot disclose some technical details, but "Javascript is off" clicks can not be returned to the filtered clicks link.