No Device Rules help you to react to:

Click here to read about the multitude of reasons ClickGUARD would be unable to detect a device.

By setting triggers, configuring specific conditions and implementing optimization actions, you can optimize your campaigns for quality interactions by blocking/excluding sources where device detection doesn't happen after an ad click.

The above is possible only if you're using visitor behavior tracking, which means you've installed the website tracking code.

Since device detection can be registered with a delay and not simultaneously with the ad click, no device rules are not real-time and are run with predefined frequency.

Triggering the rule (WHEN)

To configure when a no device rule will trigger, set the following:

  • Maximum Clicks: the maximum number of ad clicks before the rule triggers (to trigger the rule for the first click from a given source, input 0)

  • Click Type: select Converted or Non-converted

  • Within: the time period the rule will observe

  • From the same: the click source to apply the rule to (IP address, device, IP range or ad placement)

Rule conditions (WHERE)

You can add special conditions to better control when your rules will be triggered:

Rule actions (THEN)

When the selected source reaches the specified click threshold you can:

If you block/exclude the source that triggered a no device rule, the click will be shown as FLAGGED. Otherwise, if you're only getting notified, the system will log it as SUSPICIOUS.

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