New Search Engine Promises to prevent “Click Fraud”

Megaglobe.com, a new search engine to be launched soon has asked me to review them. The site aims to protect advertisers from fraudulent clicks with a revolutionary new technology called “Pay Per Valid Click.” Megaglobe.com uses a new patent-pending technology to protect its advertisers from the perils of fraudulent clicks.

The site should be live on the Internet soon, and its search features will be available in 45 languages. Megaglobe effectively protects advertisers from fraudulent click-throughs on sponsored spots. The patent-pending technology, called “Pay Per Valid Click,” has been apparently been developed exclusively for Megaglobe. If this technology actually works it would be a serious boon for the PPC as a whole as advertisers would more than likely be more willing to pump more into PPC advertising, which in turn means more available dollars for website owners/bloggers.

Megaglobe’s “Pay Per Valid Click” technology will bring in a measure of accountability to the search engine world, giving advertisers far more assured value for money. Megaglobe is also a member of the prestigious Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB), which includes Google, Yahoo! and MSN in its roster: http://www.iab.net/about/general_members.asp In addition to its powerful search formula, Megaglobe comes in as many as 45 different languages, 310 urls and its advertisements and sponsored spots will be available in 50 currencies. Megaglobe will go into a beta testing phase soon. Journalists and Webmasters can obtain beta testing codes by emailing press@megaglobe.com.

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