Wednesday, November 20th, 2019

Watch that space. Anchor Intelligence, the provider of traffic quality solutions, is a gem to keep an eye on in the future….

Both Anchor Intelligence and Click Forensics released their quarterly click fraud reports this week. Each report showed the click fraud rate rising in the fourth quarter of 2009, compared to the previous quarter. Click Fraud Rates Anchor Intelligence saw the attempted click fraud rate increase from 18.6% in Q3 2009 to 25.7% in Q4 2009. Anchor Intelligence defines attempted click fraud as those with malicious intent. Click Forensics saw the click fraud rate increase from 14.1% in Q3 2009 to 15.3% in Q4 2009. The click fraud rate in Q4 2008 was 17.1%. Click Fraud Origins Anchor Intelligence listed the…

Anchor Intelligence has released its click fraud report for the third quarter of 2009. It paints a different picture than the Click Forensics report that was recently released. Where Click Forensics saw an increase, Anchor Intelligence saw a decline. Overall, click fraud was 23.2% in Q3, down 14.3% from 27.1% in the second quarter. Anchor Intelligence breaks its click fraud rates into two categories: attempted click fraud, the kind with evil intentions, and innocuous click fraud, like an accidental click. Attempted click fraud was 18.6% in Q3 down from 22.9% in Q2. Innocuous rates increased from 4.2% in Q2 to…