gregbo (gregbo) wrote,

I heard back from one networking person who I recently rediscovered through LinkedIn. She is going to read what I've written about click fraud when she gets a chance.

I'm disappointed in the ClickSentinel project. There's hardly any traffic in its forum. Some topics are moderated, and aren't updated very frequently. I was hoping it would turn out to be an active open forum for discussion, but it hasn't thus far. WebmasterWorld is still the most active open forum I know for anything regarding click fraud that's remotely technical.

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