Archive for the Web Traffic Quality Category

In MarketingLand: Zvelo complements its free bot detection with first page-level breakdown (CPT)

In MarketingLand: Zvelo complements its free bot detection with first page-level breakdown (CPT)

*****The following article, by Barry Levine, appears as an online article in the Analytics & Conversation section on MarketingLand’s web site and was originally published on May 3, 2017. Barry Levine interviewed zvelo regarding its release of the Comprehensive Page-level Traffic (CPT) dataset. Zvelo complements its free bot […]

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MarTech Today’s Barry Levine writes: zvelo releases ‘first free bot detection service’

MarTech Today’s Barry Levine writes: zvelo releases ‘first free bot detection service’

zvelo releases ‘first free bot detection service The new service from the Denver-area detector of malicious data can show percentages of non-human traffic to ads or sites. *****The following article, by Barry Levine,  appears within MarTech Today’s web site and was originally published on January 23, 2017 Zvelo, […]

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An experiment in buying Internet traffic – video

An Experiment in Buying Internet Traffic zvelo Chief Security Scientist, Mark Ryan Talabis, wanted to see if he could buy Internet traffic and if so, would the traffic actually be human generated or would it be driven by bots or of low quality. He performed an experiment […]

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An Experiment: Adventures in Buying Internet Traffic

An Experiment:  Adventures in Buying Internet Traffic On April 22nd, 2015, zvelo Chief Security Scientist, Mark Ryan Talabis presented a five minute video on buying low cost Internet traffic to replicate ad fraud.  First he set up a honeypot site; then he shopped some blackhat traffic vendors […]

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