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How Do I Get a Free Month?

This article explains how you can automatically claim

one free month of Pro Saver plan.


Would you like to get 1 month totally FREE? 

YES! 

It’s very simple and easy. You just need to refer your friends and peers to The Click Saver, and to show our appreciation, you will automatically claim 1 FREE MONTH of Pro Saver subscription for every new client that signs up to a paid plan through your link

Just follow these steps...

Go to your dashboard > Claim FREE Month > Grab and share the link on the platform of your choice.

Claim your FREE month now


What features are in Claim A Free Month?

This article explains the features in Claim a Free Month


Share with a friend, on this page you will get the link to share with your friends anyway you want, or you can click on a popular platform link to share the link , as well you get a list of all the friends who have signed up to a paid plan so you can keep track.

How Do I Add A Blacklist IP?

This article explains how you can blacklist an IP address.


Blacklisting an IP is a feature which is only available for your Google Ads campaigns.

To blacklist an IP address across all your campaigns, simply head over to your TCS dashboard > Intel reports > Blocked IP’s > Blacklist an IP > Enter IP address > Save.

To learn how the system handles the manually entered blacklisted IP address, click here


How Do I Add a Whitelist IP?

This article explains how you can prevent an IP from being excluded.


If you’re wanting to add an IP which will never be excluded by the system, you can simply add this IP to the feature called Whitelist. By adding this IP to the Whitelist you are telling the system that this IP is trustworthy and to ALWAYS show your ad/s, never include it in your click quotas.

Goto your TCS dashboard > Control Panel > Whitelist IP’s > Enter Your IP > Save.

Be sure to update this IP if ever this IP is changed, as the entered IP will be placed back into your internet providers pool of IP’s, potentially being served to a prospect and costing you clicks.


What Is a Keyword Converter?

This article explains the keyword converter


On this page you can remove the painstaking task of converting 000’s of keywords from broad to +broad or “phase” or [exact], Simply paste your keywords in the left column and select the modified type of keyword you wish.

Tip: converting keywords from broad to [exact] will help prevent click charges from click bots.


What Information Is On The Dashboard?

This article explain the data you will see on the dashboard


The dashboard gives you a data overview of what has been happening in your account regarding clicks and how the system has handles the tracked traffic with in the selected time period, you can adjust the time period for this data in the top right corner


Monthly Recap Report Graph, gives you Total IP’s Excluded, Total Clicks and Total Devices Detected in a selected time period.

Top 5 Clicking Device ID, this stacked bar graph gives you the top 5 trackable clicking devices Id’s landing on your website in selected time period

World Click Map, when you purchase an advanced click bundle you will get the location of clicks showing on the map within a selected time period. This map will be blank until a bundle is purchased.

Latest Click Activity, gives you an easy overview about click activity and how the system has handled the clicks within a selected time period.

Browser Usage, this pie graph give you an overview of the most popular trackable browser used for clicks landing on your website, within a selected time period.

What Features Are In Set Up?

This article explains the features in Set Up


Google Ads Account, this feature displays the current google ads account or MCC account Id linked to TCS, here is where you can link or update the ID used by TCS.


Google Ad Campaigns, this feature automatically displays all the enabled campaigns in your linked google ads account.


Click Tracking Script, here you will find the HTML click tracking script which needs to pasted in all your landing page/s or across your entire website, enabling the system to track clicks and Ip’s to fill your click quotas.

Your Website List, here displays the website/s currently being used by TCS, you can add, delete, update website/s in your list, set a website as default for data displayed on your dashboard/reports and check click tracking script installation.


Alerts and Reports, here you can enable/disable click quota alerts and click summary report for each website.


What features are in Intel Reports?

This article explain the features in Intel Reports


Statistics, here you will get all the data relating to your clicks, you’ll get a graph reporting the daily different types of traffic landing on website, Top 10 clicking devices and how many clicks each device has performed and a table which gives you the website URL, type of clicks, the source, the referrer, device ID, Click Status which displays how many clicks the Ip has performed compared to your click quota setting (please note: the system cannot prevent organic and direct clicks from visiting your page/website, these types of click will be exceed your click quota setting, the IP is excluded in Google ads according to your click quota settings preventing any further paid clicks from this IP), first/last click date and time and how this IP address is being handled in relation to Google Ads and Bing Ads. For Google Ads Status, if the IP is within your click quota settings, the system will display “Within Threshold, if the IP has filled your click quota the system will display “Blocked” meaning this IP has been automatically excluded in Google Ads. For Bing Ads Status, the system will display “Within Threshold” or “Alerted” when your Click Quotas has been filled, meaning a filled click quota alert has been emailed to you for manual IP exclusion. For location data you need to purchase an Advanced Click Bundle.



Blocked Ip’s, On this page you will find all the data relating to IP’s which has been automatically excluded by the system, for instance you’ll get the IP, domain, campaign name, date the IP was excluded, and an action to delete this IP from the exclusion list.

Also on this page you can download the list of excluded/blocked IP’s to a excel spreadsheet and manually enter a blacklist IP, meaning this IP will be excluded across all your Google Ads campaigns.

To learn more about how the system handles manually entered IP’s, click here

What Features Are In My Account?

This article explains what features are in My Account?


In this folder you will find… 

Billing Details, here you’re able to update your credit card details, pay now, opt a plan to downgrade or upgrade your plan, as well you’re able to cancel your current plan anytime from this page too.

Transactions, find details about purchases you have made and download invoices.

Add-on Products, here you can purchase add-on bundles, such Click Top-Ups and Advanced Clicks.

Profile Setting, on this page you can update your email address, update your name, username, your business details and choose your profile avatar.

Password Setting, here you can update your password for your account in The Click Saver

Time Zone Setting, On this page you can align your TCS account timezone with your Google Ads account timezone, to prevent any reporting discrepancies caused by an unaligned timezone.

Support, here you can get support or report any problem you have encountered with the system, to get support or report a bug, simply fill out the subject, provide a description and where possible provide a screenshot image to help us resolve the issue.

Request A Feature– we are always on the lookout for a new feature to improve the service for users, if you have an idea which can help users save clicks and reduce their PPC charge, simply submit your idea here, you never know, your idea maybe the next feature developed and implemented.. yay! 

What features are on the Control Panel?

This article explains the features in Control Panel


Click Quotas, here you’re able to adjust the click quotas settings for each website and enable/disable ip ranges.


Whitelist Ip’s, here you’re able to add an IP address which the system will never exclude until you remove it or temporarily turn off.

How Do I Update My Personal Name?

This article explains how you can update your personal name in the system


To update your personal name in the system, simply goto your TCS dashboard > My Account > Profile Settings > Update your name > Save.


How Do I Update My Email Address?

This article explains how you can update your email address


To update your email address, simply goto your TCS dashboard > My Account > Profile Settings > Update your email address > Save.

How Do I Update My Business Information?

This article explains how you can update

your business information for your invoice


To update your business information in the system for your invoice, simply goto your TCS dashboard > My Account > Profile Settings > Update business name, address, city, country and zip code > Save.

How Fast Does The System Start To Work?

This article explains how fast the system starts working



As soon as you install the click tracking script on your landing page/s the system will start tracking your traffic, enabling auto-tagging will allow our system to differentiate the types of clicks.

However, the rate at which you start seeing traffic is dependent on the amount of traffic you are receiving, the more traffic you receive the faster our system will begin to record them.

How Does The System Handle “Call Only” Ads?

This article explains how the system handles call only ads


Call Only ads are ads which transfer to a phone number instead of a landing page.

Because Call Only ads transfer to a phone number our click tracking script on your landing page cannot track the click to record the IP and fill your click quotas.

However if you run both standard search ads and call only ads together in your campaigns, partial ad traffic is transferred to a landing page and our tracking script can partially register IP’s from your ads, helping to fill your click quotas and to reduce clicks and costs associated from your ads.

What is Click Quotas?

This article explains the feature Click Quotas


Click Quotas is a feature in TCS which gives you the ability to set a customizable amount of clicks per IP address landing on your website. 

For Google Ads, once a click quota has been filled the system automatically excludes that IP in Google Ads across all your campaigns, stopping any further clicks and charges from that IP.

For Bing Ads, once a click quota has been filled the system automatically emails you a “Click Quota Alert”, you can manually exclude the IP across all your ad campaigns, unfortunately Bing Ads does NOT have capabilities to support automatic Ip exclusion.

To discover more about setting your click quotas, click here

Why Is Automatic IP Excluding Important?

This article explains automatic IP exclusion and why it is important


Automatic IP excluding is a feature in TCS only available for Google Ads, unfortunately Bing Ads does not have the capabilities to exclude an IP automatically.

Firstly, the process of automatically excluding an IP address happens in real time and faster than you’re able to manually exclude an IP, effectively reducing further clicks and charges .

Secondly, the IP address is excluded across all your campaigns, even if the click is performed on another ad, the system will exclude that IP across your entire campaigns, reducing further clicks and costs from that IP.

Finally, as a business owner you are busy with important operations in your business, the process of manually excluding an IP address is time consuming, time which can be better spent on other areas in your business. With automatic IP exclusion you are free to go about your daily business without having to worry, we got your back!

IP Ranges And Why You Need It

This article explains IP Ranges and the pros and cons of IP Ranges


IP Ranges is lot of IP addresses in close range of each other

When this feature is enabled the system will exclude an IP range, instead of excluding each IP address individually.

For instance,

An individual IPv4 looks like: 123.456.789.123.

When the system excludes an IP range it will look like: 123.456.789.*

Automatically excluding any persons using an IP within this range from viewing your ad.

Cons of IP Ranges 

– At times, ranges can exclude potential clients from viewing your advertisement who has an IP which falls within this range

Pros of IP Ranges

– It can pre- stop more clicks coming from unlikely potential customers

How Fast Can You Exclude An IP Address?

This article explains how fast the process of automatically excluding an IP address happens


The system tracks your traffic 24/7 and the procedure of excluding an IP happens instantaneously, at the moment your click quota is met, the system informs Google Ads to exclude that IP.

If I Set My Click Quotas To 1?

This article explains what happens if you set your click quotas to one.


By setting your click quota to 1 means you will be excluding in your Google Ads campaigns nearly every IP coming to your site, which is best for maximum click saving.

To understand the impact of having your Click Quota set to one, it’s best you know the pros and cons

The cons of setting your click quota to 1

– Your campaign limit of 500 excluded IP’s set by Google will be reached faster and older already excluded IP’s will be released faster.

– You can exclude potential clients

To know more about Google’s limit of 500 excluded IP’s per campaign, click Here

The pros of setting your click quota to 1

– You will exclude the maximum of unwanted clients

– You will save the maximum amount of clicks, which puts more dollars in your pocket

Google Limit Of 500 IP’s Per Campaign

This article explains the limit of 500 excluded IP’s per campaign as set by Google Ads and how TCS handles this when saving clicks


Google Ads sets a limit of 500 IP’s per campaign which can be excluded, once your container is full, the system will automatically remove the oldest IP to make way for the new IP.

It is important to recognise that a specific IP that was used by a non-potential client three months ago will not necessarily be used by them today.

If an IP has recently been released from your container and fills your click quota, it will be excluded again immediately

You can also exceed Google’s limit by enabling IP ranges 

To know more about excluding IP ranges read the article IP Ranges and why do I need it?”

How Manually Excluded IP’s Effects Your 500 IP Limit

This article explains how manually excluded IP’s effect your 500 IP Limit


If you’re manually excluding IP’s through your TCS dashboard, you will permanently exclude these Ip’s until you manually remove them from your blacklist, the system will also take precedence on manually excluded IP’s over any IP’s which is automatically excluded. For instance, if you manually exclude 150 IP’s, this means the system will only have 350 Ip’s to rotate for new IP’s in your exclusion list as Google sets a limit of 500 excluded Ip’s or Ip ranges in your container.

To learn more about Google 500 IP limit, click here

How To Manually Exclude An IP In Bing /Microsoft Ads

This article explains how to exclude an IP in Bing/Microsoft Ads



1. Login to Bing Ads

2. Click Campaign ( At The Top of Page)

3. Click Campaigns tab

4. Click the Checkbox next to the campaign/s you wish to exclude IP

5. Click Edit tab

6. Click Other Changes

7. Select IP address exclusions

8. Enter Ip address from The Click Saver notification

9. Click Apply

Can I Enable Parallel Tracking?

This article explains the use of parallel tracking with The Click Saver


Of course!, we track all traffic going to your landing page, if you want to add some other tracking URL, such as parallel tracking, you can happily add that in your campaign configurations within the Google Ads platform.

What Is The Difference Between an IPv4 and IPv6 IP Address?

This article explains the difference between an IPv4 and a IPv6


What is an Ip address?

An IP stands for Internet Protocol, consisting of a unique string of numbers and letters that identifies each computer using the Internet to communicate over a network, without an IP address, your computer or smartphone can’t connect to the internet, an IP by itself can be compared to something like the postal system. It allows you to address a package and drop it in the system, but there’s no direct link between you and the recipient

Currently there are two versions of Internet Protocol (IP): IPv4 and a new version called IPv6. IPv6 is an evolutionary upgrade to the Internet Protocol. IPv6 will coexist with the older IPv4 for some time.

What is an IPv4 ?

An IPv4 looks similar to 216.58.216.214

IPv4 is the most widely deployed Internet protocol used to connect devices to the Internet. IPv4 uses a 32-bit address scheme allowing for a total of 2^32 addresses (just over 4 billion addresses).  With the growth of the Internet it is expected that the number of unused IPv4 addresses will eventually run out because every device — including computers, smartphones and game consoles — that connects to the Internet requires an address.

What is an IPv6 ?

Seeing an IP in your dashboard which look similar to: 3ffe:1900:4545:3:200:f8ff:fe21:67cf       ?

This a new Internet addressing system Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) is being deployed to fulfil the need for more Internet addresses.

IPv6 (Internet Protocol Version 6) is also called IPng (Internet Protocol next generation) and it is the newest version of the Internet Protocol (IP) reviewed in the IETF standards committees to replace the current version of IPv4 (Internet Protocol Version 4). 

IPv6 is the successor to Internet Protocol Version 4 (IPv4). It was designed as an evolutionary upgrade to the Internet Protocol and will, in fact, coexist with the older IPv4 for some time. IPv6 is designed to allow the Internet to grow steadily, both in terms of the number of hosts connected and the total amount of data traffic transmitted.

IPv6 is often referred to as the “next generation” Internet standard and has been under development since the mid-1990s. IPv6 was born out of concern that the demand for IP addresses would exceed the available supply.

The Benefits of IPv6

While increasing the pool of addresses is one of the most often-talked about benefit of IPv6, there are other important technological changes in IPv6 that will improve the IP protocol:

  • No more NAT (Network Address Translation)

  • Auto-configuration

  • No more private address collisions

  • Better multicast routing

  • Simpler header format

  • Simplified, more efficient routing

  • True quality of service (QoS), also called “flow labeling”

  • Built-in authentication and privacy support

  • Flexible options and extensions

  • Easier administration (say good-bye to DHCP)

The Difference Between IPv4 and IPv6 Addresses

An IP address is binary numbers but can be stored as text for human readers.  For example, a 32-bit numeric address (IPv4) is written in decimal as four numbers separated by periods. Each number can be zero to 255. For example, 1.160.10.240 could be an IP address.

IPv6 addresses are 128-bit IP address written in hexadecimal and separated by colons. An example IPv6 address could be written like this: 3ffe:1900:4545:3:200:f8ff:fe21:67cf.

Original Article posted here

What is Auto-Tagging?

This article explains Auto-Tagging,

a feature within the Google Ads and Bing Ads.


Auto-tagging creates custom urls to help track events and report on your ad performance using website tracking programs like Google Analytics.

Regarding The Click Saver, it is critical you enable this feature in each ad platform you intend to use for advertising, without auto-tagging our system cannot differentiate between clicks.

To learn how to enable auto-tagging in Google Ads, click here

To learn how to enable auto-tagging in Bing Ads, click here

How Do I Purchase An Annual Plan?

This article explains how you can purchase an annual plan.


All annual plans get two months free, Yay!

To purchase an annual package, simply goto to your TCS Dashboard > My Account > Opt a plan > Select Annual > Choose a plan which suits your needs > Submit.

How Do I Upgrade/Downgrade My Plan?

This article explains how you can upgrade or downgrade your membership plan


To switch your plan (upgrade or downgrade), simply goto to your dashboard > My Account > Opt a plan > Choose > Submit

Switching Plan (upgrade or downgrade) happens immediately

Pro-rating is managed by Stripe automatically.

How Do I Update My Credit Card?

This article explains how you can update your credit card information


To update your credit card information, simply go to your dashboard > My account > Update CC > Enter Stripe Verification Code > Remove CC Details > Enter new CC details > Pay

How Do I Get An Invoice?

This article explains how you can find and download a invoice for your purchases


To find and download an invoice for any purchases you made with TCS, simply go to your dashboard > My account > Transactions > Choose Membership or Add-on Product > Locate transaction > Action > Download.

What Is “Remember Me” In Stripe Payment Feature?

This article explains “Remember Me” in Stripe payment feature.



If you select “Remember Me” while checking out and enter your phone number, you will receive a confirmation code sent via SMS to your mobile device. Once you have confirmed setup using the code, you can make payments quickly using the same mobile verification process in the future.

How Do I Cancel My Plan?

This article explains how you can your plan anytime


You can cancel your plan anytime, simply go to your Dashboard > My Account > Billing details > Cancel Active Plan.

Please note, canceling your active plan takes effect at the end of the current billing cycle, your dashboard will become dormant and your account in Stripe payment gateway will be deleted.

To re-activate your account, simply login, update your credit card details and choose a plan.

How Do I Buy Click Top-Ups?

This article explains how you can purchase more clicks


On occasions you may exhaust your plans allotted clicks and your dashboard will become dormant, to re-activate your dashboard, simply purchase a Click Top-Up package that suits your needs.

You can find click top-ups from your dashboard > My Account > Add-On Products > Choose a Click Top-Up Package > Purchase Now.

There is NO time limit for Click Top-Up’s to be used, all unused clicks are added to your plan, on top of your allotted clicks when it refreshes until all your click top-ups are exhausted. Yay!

How Do I Buy Advanced Clicks?

This article explains how you can purchase a Advanced Click Bundle


You can find Advanced Click bundles in your dashboard > My Account > Add-On Products > Choose an Advanced Click Bundle → Purchase now.

When you purchase an Advanced Click Bundle there is NO time limit for you to use. Yay!

What Is Advanced Click Data?

This article explains Advanced Clicks and what you get included.


Want to know more about your clicks?

Purchase an Advanced Click Geo Bundle and you’ll get location data about each click landing on your website throughout your statistics and reports.

Statistics Page Click Location Data


Advanced Location Click Pop-Up


Dashboard Dynamic Click World Map


Click Location Data In Daily & Weekly Click Summary Reports

Want to add a Advanced Click Bundle to your plan, click here


I’m Not Seeing Ad Traffic On My Dashboard?

This article explains the likely reasons

why you’re not seeing ad traffic on your dashboard


There are multiple reasons this could occur,

1. You have not installed our click tracking script on your landing page/s. Go to your TCS dashboard,  select setup > monitoring script > copy and paste click tracking script > install on your landing pages.

2. You have not enabled auto tagging, to learn more click here .

3. Your ads are not active

4. You are running call-only ads, at the moment it is impossible to track clicks which transfer to a phone number, instead of a landing page – accounting for missing clicks. To learn more click here.

5. The time frame which you are currently viewing is in a time period which clicks were not being tracked. Go to the top right of the page and change the time period.

6. Align the timezone of your Google Ads account and your Click Saver account. Simply go to your TCS dashboard > My Account > Update timezone.

7. When you originally signed up to your Click Saver account, you may have misspelled your domain url, this will prevent clicks from showing in your data. Simply goto your TCS dashboard > Setup > Website list, remove and add new domain with correct domain.

No Click Data Is Being Displayed On My Dashboard?

This article explains why no click data

is being displayed on your dashboard


There are two possible reasons why this could be happening,

1. If you are not seeing any click data in your dashboard, the most probable reason is you have not installed the click tracking script on your landing pages or the click tracking script has not been correctly installed on your landing pages.

To learn about installing monitoring script, click here

2. If you are seeing organic and direct clicks in your dashboard, but not paid ad clicks, the most probable reason is you haven’t enabled auto-tagging

To learn how to enable auto-tagging in your Google Ads account, click here

To learn how to enable auto-tagging in your Bing/Microsoft Ads account, click here

I Cannot See My Ads?

This article explains what to do if you can’t see your ads and how to whitelist your IP


The most probable explanation is your IP has been automatically excluded by the system or an IP range which includes your IP address has been excluded.

To solve this…

You first need to identify your IP address 

Goto https://whatismyipaddress.com/ and discover your IP address

Once you have discovered your IP address

Goto to your TCS dashboard > Intel Reports > Blocked Ip’s > Search for your Ip or an Ip range which has your IP included. 

After you have found your IP or IP range, you need to add it to the whitelist (allowed ip’s)

Goto to your TCS dashboard > Control panel > Whitelist Ip’s  > Add Whitelist Ip > Enter your IP or IP range which included your IP > Save.

Manually Added IP’s To Blacklist or Whitelist List Are Not Being Excluded In Google Ads, Why?

This article explains why manually added IP’s

are not being excluded by Google Ads


In some rare cases, after adding an IP addresses manually to the “blacklist Ip’s” or “whitelist Ip’s” box in your Click Saver dashboard, a caching issue might occur resulting in the IPs that you’ve added to not be displayed in your Google Ads exclusion lists.

In order to fix this problem, please logout and login to your Google Ads account

How To Exclude An IP In Bing Ads

This article explains how to exclude an IP in Bing Ads


1. Login to Bing/Microsoft Ads


2. Click Campaign ( At The Top of Page)

3. Click Campaigns tab

4. Click the Checkbox next to the campaign/s you wish to exclude IP

5. Click Edit tab

6. Click Other Changes

7. Select IP address exclusions

8. Enter Ip address from the click quota alert

9. Click Apply




How Do I Approve Your Access Request To Google Ads?

This article explains how you can approve

our Google Ads account access request.


To approve our request to access your Google Ads account, simply log in to the email account/id you when linking TCS to your Google Ads account, and search for an email from Google requesting your approval to link TCS , once found simply click approve.

I Can’t Approve The Account Access Request. It Says ‘Pending’ And Can’t Be Updated

This article explains why you can’t

'approve' the account access request in the Google Ads.


The process of approving access for linking your Google Ads account and TCS is automatic once you have completed the prompts provided by Google. However, if you control the Google Ads account through an MCC account, only the owner can approve the account access request. 

This can be solved by logging directly into the account or asking your client to approve access.

How Do I Change My Domain?

This article explains how you can change your domain


In order to change a domain being monitored by TCS

Goto your TCS dashboard > Set up > Website list > Remove domain > Select add new website > Enter your new domain url > Save

Install click tracking script on all your new landing pages.

If you are using a new Google Ads account with your new domain, unlink and link your new Google Ads account.

I’ve Forgotten My Password

This article explains how you can reset your password

if you have forgotten it


If you have forgotten your password and can’t log in to your Click Saver account, kindly refer to the login page, select the “forgotten password” link, enter the email id for your account and the system will email you a link to reset your password.

I’ve Forgotten My Email Id?

This article explains what to do if you’ve forgotten

the email id you used when signing up


If you have forgotten your email id you have signed up with, please contact us via our contact us page, provide your name, username and domain’s url.

A Guide To Setting Up – Start Here

This article acts as a guide to setting up the basics for your account


Install Click Tracking Script

Link your Google Ad account

Set your Click Quotas

Align your timezone

Setup PPC Accounts




    Google Ads – Enabling Auto-Tagging

    This article explains how to enable Auto-Tagging in Google Ads


    1. Log in to the Google Ads account you used to link with TCS

    2. Click the Settings tab. (Left Side)

    3. Click the Account Settings tab (Up top).

    4. Set auto-tagging to YES.

    5. Click SAVE


    Bing Ads – Enabling Auto-Tagging?

    This article explains how to enable auto-tagging in Bing Ads


    1. Log into your Bing / Microsoft Ads account

    2. Click Shared Library tab (Left Side)

    3. Scroll Down, Click View URL Options

    4. Auto-Tagging – Check Box

    5. Save


    Which Pages Do Install Click Tracking Script?

    This article explains which page/s you should install click tracking script


    The click tracking script needs to be installed on every landing page you are using for advertising on Google Ads and/or Bing Ads.


    If you’re unsure, the click tracking script can also be installed on every page across your website.

    Where Is Click Tracking Script?

    This article explains where you can find the click tracking script in TCS


    The click tracking script can be found inside your TCS dashboard.

    Simply goto, Set up > Monitoring Scripts > Copy & paste script into all your landing pages or across your entire website.

    How Do I Set Click Quotas?

    This article acts as a starting guide to setting your click quotas, customize to suit your needs.



    Understanding Click Quotas

    Click Quotas works by filling a void in Google Ads and Bing Ads, it gives you the ability to set a certain amount of clicks per IP address landing on your webpage/s. Once your click quota has been filled, it means you no longer want to show your ads to that IP address and the system will proceed to automatically exclude that IP address in Google Ads, stopping the ad from being served across all you campaigns, preventing any further costs from that IP address, at the same time an alert email is sent to you informing you to exclude this IP in Bing Ads.

    What Fills Click Quotas?

    Ad wastage is a global issue, to help you save the most money TCS tracks most Ip’s landing on your page, i.e Google Ads, Bing Ads, Organic and Direct clicks, depending on the traffic landing on your page, the system will automatically fill your click quotas exclusively of Ip’s from one source or combination of all sources.

    Setting "Clicks Allowed" for your click quotas

    Here you’re able to customize how many clicks you would like to include your click quota. 

    The ability to save clicks decreases as more clicks are included in your quotas, allowing one click being the most aggressive strategy where you save the most money from your PPC charges. 

    As a starting point, if your business is service related (i.e. doctors, locksmiths, plumbers, auto repairs etc) you may only need 1-2 clicks for a conversion. If your business is e-commerce related you may require 1-10 clicks for a conversion to occur.

    You could also set your click quotas for an amount of clicks versus your products price point. For eg, if your average cost per click is $10 and your product/service price point is $150, you could set a limit of 1 click, costing you an average of $10 per IP for a conversion to occur, if the conversion has not been reached within this range, the IP could be considered not “hot”, excluding the IP and leave the remaining budget for ready to buy prospects.

    The goal is to optimize the amount of clicks in your click quota to your conversions, your click quotas can be adjusted at any point and the system will start reflecting your changes immediately .

    Setting "Time Period" for your click quotas

    Setting the time period for your click quotas is 100% dependent on how long it takes for a conversion to occur, each business is different, in the service industry a conversion may occur within a short time period. However an e-commerce business may need a longer time period for a conversion to occur, as the IP may visit your site multiple times over a longer period. 

    HTML – Installing Click Tracking Script

    This article explains how you can install click tracking script in your HTML website



    To install the TCS click tracking script in your HTML website, simply go to your TCS dashboard > SetUp > Tracking Script > Copy and Paste the script into the line above the <HEAD> tag of each landing page you intend to use while advertising on Google Ads and/or Bing Ads.

    Alternatively, you can install the click tracking script across your entire website or on every landing page in your website.

    WordPress, Installing Tracking Script.

    This article explains how you can install a click tracking script in any WordPress website.



    If you own a WordPress site, you can simply insert tracking script, by plugin

    Goto and install Insert Headers and Footers by WPBeginner and use their “Settings > Insert Headers and Footers” menu option to insert tracking script in the header section.

    Alternatively,

    If you’re already using a plugin to add your Google Analytics code, the same plugin might offer the ability for inserting any code snippet, you can use it for The Click Saver as well.

    WIX – Installing Click Tracking Script

    This article explains how to install click tracking script

    in your WIX website




    To install TCS click tracking script in WIX.com, simply go to your TCS dashboard → Tracking Script → Copy and Paste the script into the header section of ALL pages you intend to use with Google Ads and Bing Ads, alternatively, you can install the tracking across your entire your WIX website.

    For more details, WIX provides a step by step guide on how to install any third party scripts on your website, click here

    Click Funnels – Installing Tracking Script

    This article explains how you can install click tracking script

    in your Click Funnels website


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    To install TCS Click Tracking Script in your Click Funnels, simply go to your TCS dashboard > SetUp > Tracking Script > Copy and Paste the script into the HEADER section of your Click Funnels website.

    For more details, ClickFunnels provides a step by step guide on how to install any third party scripts on your website, click here


    Weebly – Installing Click Tracking Script

    This article explains how you can install click

    tracking script in your Weebly website


    To install TCS click tracking script in Weebly.com, simply go to your TCS dashboard > Tracking Script > Copy and Paste the script into the “head” section of your Weebly website, via custom code. 

    For more details, Weebly provides a step by step guide on how to install any third party scripts in your website, click here


    Claim Your FREE Month
    How Do I Get a Free Month?

    This article explains how you can automatically claim

    one free month of Pro Saver plan.


    Would you like to get 1 month totally FREE? 

    YES! 

    It’s very simple and easy. You just need to refer your friends and peers to The Click Saver, and to show our appreciation, you will automatically claim 1 FREE MONTH of Pro Saver subscription for every new client that signs up to a paid plan through your link

    Just follow these steps...

    Go to your dashboard > Claim FREE Month > Grab and share the link on the platform of your choice.

    Claim your FREE month now


    What features are in Claim A Free Month?

    This article explains the features in Claim a Free Month


    Share with a friend, on this page you will get the link to share with your friends anyway you want, or you can click on a popular platform link to share the link , as well you get a list of all the friends who have signed up to a paid plan so you can keep track.

    Dashboard & Reports
    How Do I Add A Blacklist IP?

    This article explains how you can blacklist an IP address.


    Blacklisting an IP is a feature which is only available for your Google Ads campaigns.

    To blacklist an IP address across all your campaigns, simply head over to your TCS dashboard > Intel reports > Blocked IP’s > Blacklist an IP > Enter IP address > Save.

    To learn how the system handles the manually entered blacklisted IP address, click here


    How Do I Add a Whitelist IP?

    This article explains how you can prevent an IP from being excluded.


    If you’re wanting to add an IP which will never be excluded by the system, you can simply add this IP to the feature called Whitelist. By adding this IP to the Whitelist you are telling the system that this IP is trustworthy and to ALWAYS show your ad/s, never include it in your click quotas.

    Goto your TCS dashboard > Control Panel > Whitelist IP’s > Enter Your IP > Save.

    Be sure to update this IP if ever this IP is changed, as the entered IP will be placed back into your internet providers pool of IP’s, potentially being served to a prospect and costing you clicks.


    What Is a Keyword Converter?

    This article explains the keyword converter


    On this page you can remove the painstaking task of converting 000’s of keywords from broad to +broad or “phase” or [exact], Simply paste your keywords in the left column and select the modified type of keyword you wish.

    Tip: converting keywords from broad to [exact] will help prevent click charges from click bots.


    What Information Is On The Dashboard?

    This article explain the data you will see on the dashboard


    The dashboard gives you a data overview of what has been happening in your account regarding clicks and how the system has handles the tracked traffic with in the selected time period, you can adjust the time period for this data in the top right corner


    Monthly Recap Report Graph, gives you Total IP’s Excluded, Total Clicks and Total Devices Detected in a selected time period.

    Top 5 Clicking Device ID, this stacked bar graph gives you the top 5 trackable clicking devices Id’s landing on your website in selected time period

    World Click Map, when you purchase an advanced click bundle you will get the location of clicks showing on the map within a selected time period. This map will be blank until a bundle is purchased.

    Latest Click Activity, gives you an easy overview about click activity and how the system has handled the clicks within a selected time period.

    Browser Usage, this pie graph give you an overview of the most popular trackable browser used for clicks landing on your website, within a selected time period.

    What Features Are In Set Up?

    This article explains the features in Set Up


    Google Ads Account, this feature displays the current google ads account or MCC account Id linked to TCS, here is where you can link or update the ID used by TCS.


    Google Ad Campaigns, this feature automatically displays all the enabled campaigns in your linked google ads account.


    Click Tracking Script, here you will find the HTML click tracking script which needs to pasted in all your landing page/s or across your entire website, enabling the system to track clicks and Ip’s to fill your click quotas.

    Your Website List, here displays the website/s currently being used by TCS, you can add, delete, update website/s in your list, set a website as default for data displayed on your dashboard/reports and check click tracking script installation.


    Alerts and Reports, here you can enable/disable click quota alerts and click summary report for each website.


    What features are in Intel Reports?

    This article explain the features in Intel Reports


    Statistics, here you will get all the data relating to your clicks, you’ll get a graph reporting the daily different types of traffic landing on website, Top 10 clicking devices and how many clicks each device has performed and a table which gives you the website URL, type of clicks, the source, the referrer, device ID, Click Status which displays how many clicks the Ip has performed compared to your click quota setting (please note: the system cannot prevent organic and direct clicks from visiting your page/website, these types of click will be exceed your click quota setting, the IP is excluded in Google ads according to your click quota settings preventing any further paid clicks from this IP), first/last click date and time and how this IP address is being handled in relation to Google Ads and Bing Ads. For Google Ads Status, if the IP is within your click quota settings, the system will display “Within Threshold, if the IP has filled your click quota the system will display “Blocked” meaning this IP has been automatically excluded in Google Ads. For Bing Ads Status, the system will display “Within Threshold” or “Alerted” when your Click Quotas has been filled, meaning a filled click quota alert has been emailed to you for manual IP exclusion. For location data you need to purchase an Advanced Click Bundle.



    Blocked Ip’s, On this page you will find all the data relating to IP’s which has been automatically excluded by the system, for instance you’ll get the IP, domain, campaign name, date the IP was excluded, and an action to delete this IP from the exclusion list.

    Also on this page you can download the list of excluded/blocked IP’s to a excel spreadsheet and manually enter a blacklist IP, meaning this IP will be excluded across all your Google Ads campaigns.

    To learn more about how the system handles manually entered IP’s, click here

    What Features Are In My Account?

    This article explains what features are in My Account?


    In this folder you will find… 

    Billing Details, here you’re able to update your credit card details, pay now, opt a plan to downgrade or upgrade your plan, as well you’re able to cancel your current plan anytime from this page too.

    Transactions, find details about purchases you have made and download invoices.

    Add-on Products, here you can purchase add-on bundles, such Click Top-Ups and Advanced Clicks.

    Profile Setting, on this page you can update your email address, update your name, username, your business details and choose your profile avatar.

    Password Setting, here you can update your password for your account in The Click Saver

    Time Zone Setting, On this page you can align your TCS account timezone with your Google Ads account timezone, to prevent any reporting discrepancies caused by an unaligned timezone.

    Support, here you can get support or report any problem you have encountered with the system, to get support or report a bug, simply fill out the subject, provide a description and where possible provide a screenshot image to help us resolve the issue.

    Request A Feature– we are always on the lookout for a new feature to improve the service for users, if you have an idea which can help users save clicks and reduce their PPC charge, simply submit your idea here, you never know, your idea maybe the next feature developed and implemented.. yay! 

    What features are on the Control Panel?

    This article explains the features in Control Panel


    Click Quotas, here you’re able to adjust the click quotas settings for each website and enable/disable ip ranges.


    Whitelist Ip’s, here you’re able to add an IP address which the system will never exclude until you remove it or temporarily turn off.

    How Do I Update My Personal Name?

    This article explains how you can update your personal name in the system


    To update your personal name in the system, simply goto your TCS dashboard > My Account > Profile Settings > Update your name > Save.


    How Do I Update My Email Address?

    This article explains how you can update your email address


    To update your email address, simply goto your TCS dashboard > My Account > Profile Settings > Update your email address > Save.

    How Do I Update My Business Information?

    This article explains how you can update

    your business information for your invoice


    To update your business information in the system for your invoice, simply goto your TCS dashboard > My Account > Profile Settings > Update business name, address, city, country and zip code > Save.

    General
    How Fast Does The System Start To Work?

    This article explains how fast the system starts working



    As soon as you install the click tracking script on your landing page/s the system will start tracking your traffic, enabling auto-tagging will allow our system to differentiate the types of clicks.

    However, the rate at which you start seeing traffic is dependent on the amount of traffic you are receiving, the more traffic you receive the faster our system will begin to record them.

    How Does The System Handle “Call Only” Ads?

    This article explains how the system handles call only ads


    Call Only ads are ads which transfer to a phone number instead of a landing page.

    Because Call Only ads transfer to a phone number our click tracking script on your landing page cannot track the click to record the IP and fill your click quotas.

    However if you run both standard search ads and call only ads together in your campaigns, partial ad traffic is transferred to a landing page and our tracking script can partially register IP’s from your ads, helping to fill your click quotas and to reduce clicks and costs associated from your ads.

    What is Click Quotas?

    This article explains the feature Click Quotas


    Click Quotas is a feature in TCS which gives you the ability to set a customizable amount of clicks per IP address landing on your website. 

    For Google Ads, once a click quota has been filled the system automatically excludes that IP in Google Ads across all your campaigns, stopping any further clicks and charges from that IP.

    For Bing Ads, once a click quota has been filled the system automatically emails you a “Click Quota Alert”, you can manually exclude the IP across all your ad campaigns, unfortunately Bing Ads does NOT have capabilities to support automatic Ip exclusion.

    To discover more about setting your click quotas, click here

    Why Is Automatic IP Excluding Important?

    This article explains automatic IP exclusion and why it is important


    Automatic IP excluding is a feature in TCS only available for Google Ads, unfortunately Bing Ads does not have the capabilities to exclude an IP automatically.

    Firstly, the process of automatically excluding an IP address happens in real time and faster than you’re able to manually exclude an IP, effectively reducing further clicks and charges .

    Secondly, the IP address is excluded across all your campaigns, even if the click is performed on another ad, the system will exclude that IP across your entire campaigns, reducing further clicks and costs from that IP.

    Finally, as a business owner you are busy with important operations in your business, the process of manually excluding an IP address is time consuming, time which can be better spent on other areas in your business. With automatic IP exclusion you are free to go about your daily business without having to worry, we got your back!

    IP Ranges And Why You Need It

    This article explains IP Ranges and the pros and cons of IP Ranges


    IP Ranges is lot of IP addresses in close range of each other

    When this feature is enabled the system will exclude an IP range, instead of excluding each IP address individually.

    For instance,

    An individual IPv4 looks like: 123.456.789.123.

    When the system excludes an IP range it will look like: 123.456.789.*

    Automatically excluding any persons using an IP within this range from viewing your ad.

    Cons of IP Ranges 

    – At times, ranges can exclude potential clients from viewing your advertisement who has an IP which falls within this range

    Pros of IP Ranges

    – It can pre- stop more clicks coming from unlikely potential customers

    How Fast Can You Exclude An IP Address?

    This article explains how fast the process of automatically excluding an IP address happens


    The system tracks your traffic 24/7 and the procedure of excluding an IP happens instantaneously, at the moment your click quota is met, the system informs Google Ads to exclude that IP.

    If I Set My Click Quotas To 1?

    This article explains what happens if you set your click quotas to one.


    By setting your click quota to 1 means you will be excluding in your Google Ads campaigns nearly every IP coming to your site, which is best for maximum click saving.

    To understand the impact of having your Click Quota set to one, it’s best you know the pros and cons

    The cons of setting your click quota to 1

    – Your campaign limit of 500 excluded IP’s set by Google will be reached faster and older already excluded IP’s will be released faster.

    – You can exclude potential clients

    To know more about Google’s limit of 500 excluded IP’s per campaign, click Here

    The pros of setting your click quota to 1

    – You will exclude the maximum of unwanted clients

    – You will save the maximum amount of clicks, which puts more dollars in your pocket

    Google Limit Of 500 IP’s Per Campaign

    This article explains the limit of 500 excluded IP’s per campaign as set by Google Ads and how TCS handles this when saving clicks


    Google Ads sets a limit of 500 IP’s per campaign which can be excluded, once your container is full, the system will automatically remove the oldest IP to make way for the new IP.

    It is important to recognise that a specific IP that was used by a non-potential client three months ago will not necessarily be used by them today.

    If an IP has recently been released from your container and fills your click quota, it will be excluded again immediately

    You can also exceed Google’s limit by enabling IP ranges 

    To know more about excluding IP ranges read the article IP Ranges and why do I need it?”

    How Manually Excluded IP’s Effects Your 500 IP Limit

    This article explains how manually excluded IP’s effect your 500 IP Limit


    If you’re manually excluding IP’s through your TCS dashboard, you will permanently exclude these Ip’s until you manually remove them from your blacklist, the system will also take precedence on manually excluded IP’s over any IP’s which is automatically excluded. For instance, if you manually exclude 150 IP’s, this means the system will only have 350 Ip’s to rotate for new IP’s in your exclusion list as Google sets a limit of 500 excluded Ip’s or Ip ranges in your container.

    To learn more about Google 500 IP limit, click here

    How To Manually Exclude An IP In Bing /Microsoft Ads

    This article explains how to exclude an IP in Bing/Microsoft Ads



    1. Login to Bing Ads

    2. Click Campaign ( At The Top of Page)

    3. Click Campaigns tab

    4. Click the Checkbox next to the campaign/s you wish to exclude IP

    5. Click Edit tab

    6. Click Other Changes

    7. Select IP address exclusions

    8. Enter Ip address from The Click Saver notification

    9. Click Apply

    Can I Enable Parallel Tracking?

    This article explains the use of parallel tracking with The Click Saver


    Of course!, we track all traffic going to your landing page, if you want to add some other tracking URL, such as parallel tracking, you can happily add that in your campaign configurations within the Google Ads platform.

    What Is The Difference Between an IPv4 and IPv6 IP Address?

    This article explains the difference between an IPv4 and a IPv6


    What is an Ip address?

    An IP stands for Internet Protocol, consisting of a unique string of numbers and letters that identifies each computer using the Internet to communicate over a network, without an IP address, your computer or smartphone can’t connect to the internet, an IP by itself can be compared to something like the postal system. It allows you to address a package and drop it in the system, but there’s no direct link between you and the recipient

    Currently there are two versions of Internet Protocol (IP): IPv4 and a new version called IPv6. IPv6 is an evolutionary upgrade to the Internet Protocol. IPv6 will coexist with the older IPv4 for some time.

    What is an IPv4 ?

    An IPv4 looks similar to 216.58.216.214

    IPv4 is the most widely deployed Internet protocol used to connect devices to the Internet. IPv4 uses a 32-bit address scheme allowing for a total of 2^32 addresses (just over 4 billion addresses).  With the growth of the Internet it is expected that the number of unused IPv4 addresses will eventually run out because every device — including computers, smartphones and game consoles — that connects to the Internet requires an address.

    What is an IPv6 ?

    Seeing an IP in your dashboard which look similar to: 3ffe:1900:4545:3:200:f8ff:fe21:67cf       ?

    This a new Internet addressing system Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) is being deployed to fulfil the need for more Internet addresses.

    IPv6 (Internet Protocol Version 6) is also called IPng (Internet Protocol next generation) and it is the newest version of the Internet Protocol (IP) reviewed in the IETF standards committees to replace the current version of IPv4 (Internet Protocol Version 4). 

    IPv6 is the successor to Internet Protocol Version 4 (IPv4). It was designed as an evolutionary upgrade to the Internet Protocol and will, in fact, coexist with the older IPv4 for some time. IPv6 is designed to allow the Internet to grow steadily, both in terms of the number of hosts connected and the total amount of data traffic transmitted.

    IPv6 is often referred to as the “next generation” Internet standard and has been under development since the mid-1990s. IPv6 was born out of concern that the demand for IP addresses would exceed the available supply.

    The Benefits of IPv6

    While increasing the pool of addresses is one of the most often-talked about benefit of IPv6, there are other important technological changes in IPv6 that will improve the IP protocol:

    • No more NAT (Network Address Translation)

    • Auto-configuration

    • No more private address collisions

    • Better multicast routing

    • Simpler header format

    • Simplified, more efficient routing

    • True quality of service (QoS), also called “flow labeling”

    • Built-in authentication and privacy support

    • Flexible options and extensions

    • Easier administration (say good-bye to DHCP)

    The Difference Between IPv4 and IPv6 Addresses

    An IP address is binary numbers but can be stored as text for human readers.  For example, a 32-bit numeric address (IPv4) is written in decimal as four numbers separated by periods. Each number can be zero to 255. For example, 1.160.10.240 could be an IP address.

    IPv6 addresses are 128-bit IP address written in hexadecimal and separated by colons. An example IPv6 address could be written like this: 3ffe:1900:4545:3:200:f8ff:fe21:67cf.

    Original Article posted here

    What is Auto-Tagging?

    This article explains Auto-Tagging,

    a feature within the Google Ads and Bing Ads.


    Auto-tagging creates custom urls to help track events and report on your ad performance using website tracking programs like Google Analytics.

    Regarding The Click Saver, it is critical you enable this feature in each ad platform you intend to use for advertising, without auto-tagging our system cannot differentiate between clicks.

    To learn how to enable auto-tagging in Google Ads, click here

    To learn how to enable auto-tagging in Bing Ads, click here

    Getting Started
    A Guide To Setting Up – Start Here

    This article acts as a guide to setting up the basics for your account


    Install Click Tracking Script

    Link your Google Ad account

    Set your Click Quotas

    Align your timezone

    Setup PPC Accounts




      Google Ads – Enabling Auto-Tagging

      This article explains how to enable Auto-Tagging in Google Ads


      1. Log in to the Google Ads account you used to link with TCS

      2. Click the Settings tab. (Left Side)

      3. Click the Account Settings tab (Up top).

      4. Set auto-tagging to YES.

      5. Click SAVE


      Bing Ads – Enabling Auto-Tagging?

      This article explains how to enable auto-tagging in Bing Ads


      1. Log into your Bing / Microsoft Ads account

      2. Click Shared Library tab (Left Side)

      3. Scroll Down, Click View URL Options

      4. Auto-Tagging – Check Box

      5. Save


      Which Pages Do Install Click Tracking Script?

      This article explains which page/s you should install click tracking script


      The click tracking script needs to be installed on every landing page you are using for advertising on Google Ads and/or Bing Ads.


      If you’re unsure, the click tracking script can also be installed on every page across your website.

      Where Is Click Tracking Script?

      This article explains where you can find the click tracking script in TCS


      The click tracking script can be found inside your TCS dashboard.

      Simply goto, Set up > Monitoring Scripts > Copy & paste script into all your landing pages or across your entire website.

      How Do I Set Click Quotas?

      This article acts as a starting guide to setting your click quotas, customize to suit your needs.



      Understanding Click Quotas

      Click Quotas works by filling a void in Google Ads and Bing Ads, it gives you the ability to set a certain amount of clicks per IP address landing on your webpage/s. Once your click quota has been filled, it means you no longer want to show your ads to that IP address and the system will proceed to automatically exclude that IP address in Google Ads, stopping the ad from being served across all you campaigns, preventing any further costs from that IP address, at the same time an alert email is sent to you informing you to exclude this IP in Bing Ads.

      What Fills Click Quotas?

      Ad wastage is a global issue, to help you save the most money TCS tracks most Ip’s landing on your page, i.e Google Ads, Bing Ads, Organic and Direct clicks, depending on the traffic landing on your page, the system will automatically fill your click quotas exclusively of Ip’s from one source or combination of all sources.

      Setting "Clicks Allowed" for your click quotas

      Here you’re able to customize how many clicks you would like to include your click quota. 

      The ability to save clicks decreases as more clicks are included in your quotas, allowing one click being the most aggressive strategy where you save the most money from your PPC charges. 

      As a starting point, if your business is service related (i.e. doctors, locksmiths, plumbers, auto repairs etc) you may only need 1-2 clicks for a conversion. If your business is e-commerce related you may require 1-10 clicks for a conversion to occur.

      You could also set your click quotas for an amount of clicks versus your products price point. For eg, if your average cost per click is $10 and your product/service price point is $150, you could set a limit of 1 click, costing you an average of $10 per IP for a conversion to occur, if the conversion has not been reached within this range, the IP could be considered not “hot”, excluding the IP and leave the remaining budget for ready to buy prospects.

      The goal is to optimize the amount of clicks in your click quota to your conversions, your click quotas can be adjusted at any point and the system will start reflecting your changes immediately .

      Setting "Time Period" for your click quotas

      Setting the time period for your click quotas is 100% dependent on how long it takes for a conversion to occur, each business is different, in the service industry a conversion may occur within a short time period. However an e-commerce business may need a longer time period for a conversion to occur, as the IP may visit your site multiple times over a longer period. 

      HTML – Installing Click Tracking Script

      This article explains how you can install click tracking script in your HTML website



      To install the TCS click tracking script in your HTML website, simply go to your TCS dashboard > SetUp > Tracking Script > Copy and Paste the script into the line above the <HEAD> tag of each landing page you intend to use while advertising on Google Ads and/or Bing Ads.

      Alternatively, you can install the click tracking script across your entire website or on every landing page in your website.

      WordPress, Installing Tracking Script.

      This article explains how you can install a click tracking script in any WordPress website.



      If you own a WordPress site, you can simply insert tracking script, by plugin

      Goto and install Insert Headers and Footers by WPBeginner and use their “Settings > Insert Headers and Footers” menu option to insert tracking script in the header section.

      Alternatively,

      If you’re already using a plugin to add your Google Analytics code, the same plugin might offer the ability for inserting any code snippet, you can use it for The Click Saver as well.

      WIX – Installing Click Tracking Script

      This article explains how to install click tracking script

      in your WIX website




      To install TCS click tracking script in WIX.com, simply go to your TCS dashboard → Tracking Script → Copy and Paste the script into the header section of ALL pages you intend to use with Google Ads and Bing Ads, alternatively, you can install the tracking across your entire your WIX website.

      For more details, WIX provides a step by step guide on how to install any third party scripts on your website, click here

      Click Funnels – Installing Tracking Script

      This article explains how you can install click tracking script

      in your Click Funnels website


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      To install TCS Click Tracking Script in your Click Funnels, simply go to your TCS dashboard > SetUp > Tracking Script > Copy and Paste the script into the HEADER section of your Click Funnels website.

      For more details, ClickFunnels provides a step by step guide on how to install any third party scripts on your website, click here


      Weebly – Installing Click Tracking Script

      This article explains how you can install click

      tracking script in your Weebly website


      To install TCS click tracking script in Weebly.com, simply go to your TCS dashboard > Tracking Script > Copy and Paste the script into the “head” section of your Weebly website, via custom code. 

      For more details, Weebly provides a step by step guide on how to install any third party scripts in your website, click here


      Plans
      How Do I Purchase An Annual Plan?

      This article explains how you can purchase an annual plan.


      All annual plans get two months free, Yay!

      To purchase an annual package, simply goto to your TCS Dashboard > My Account > Opt a plan > Select Annual > Choose a plan which suits your needs > Submit.

      How Do I Upgrade/Downgrade My Plan?

      This article explains how you can upgrade or downgrade your membership plan


      To switch your plan (upgrade or downgrade), simply goto to your dashboard > My Account > Opt a plan > Choose > Submit

      Switching Plan (upgrade or downgrade) happens immediately

      Pro-rating is managed by Stripe automatically.

      How Do I Update My Credit Card?

      This article explains how you can update your credit card information


      To update your credit card information, simply go to your dashboard > My account > Update CC > Enter Stripe Verification Code > Remove CC Details > Enter new CC details > Pay

      How Do I Get An Invoice?

      This article explains how you can find and download a invoice for your purchases


      To find and download an invoice for any purchases you made with TCS, simply go to your dashboard > My account > Transactions > Choose Membership or Add-on Product > Locate transaction > Action > Download.

      What Is “Remember Me” In Stripe Payment Feature?

      This article explains “Remember Me” in Stripe payment feature.



      If you select “Remember Me” while checking out and enter your phone number, you will receive a confirmation code sent via SMS to your mobile device. Once you have confirmed setup using the code, you can make payments quickly using the same mobile verification process in the future.

      How Do I Cancel My Plan?

      This article explains how you can your plan anytime


      You can cancel your plan anytime, simply go to your Dashboard > My Account > Billing details > Cancel Active Plan.

      Please note, canceling your active plan takes effect at the end of the current billing cycle, your dashboard will become dormant and your account in Stripe payment gateway will be deleted.

      To re-activate your account, simply login, update your credit card details and choose a plan.

      How Do I Buy Click Top-Ups?

      This article explains how you can purchase more clicks


      On occasions you may exhaust your plans allotted clicks and your dashboard will become dormant, to re-activate your dashboard, simply purchase a Click Top-Up package that suits your needs.

      You can find click top-ups from your dashboard > My Account > Add-On Products > Choose a Click Top-Up Package > Purchase Now.

      There is NO time limit for Click Top-Up’s to be used, all unused clicks are added to your plan, on top of your allotted clicks when it refreshes until all your click top-ups are exhausted. Yay!

      How Do I Buy Advanced Clicks?

      This article explains how you can purchase a Advanced Click Bundle


      You can find Advanced Click bundles in your dashboard > My Account > Add-On Products > Choose an Advanced Click Bundle → Purchase now.

      When you purchase an Advanced Click Bundle there is NO time limit for you to use. Yay!

      What Is Advanced Click Data?

      This article explains Advanced Clicks and what you get included.


      Want to know more about your clicks?

      Purchase an Advanced Click Geo Bundle and you’ll get location data about each click landing on your website throughout your statistics and reports.

      Statistics Page Click Location Data


      Advanced Location Click Pop-Up


      Dashboard Dynamic Click World Map


      Click Location Data In Daily & Weekly Click Summary Reports

      Want to add a Advanced Click Bundle to your plan, click here


      Troubleshooting
      I’m Not Seeing Ad Traffic On My Dashboard?

      This article explains the likely reasons

      why you’re not seeing ad traffic on your dashboard


      There are multiple reasons this could occur,

      1. You have not installed our click tracking script on your landing page/s. Go to your TCS dashboard,  select setup > monitoring script > copy and paste click tracking script > install on your landing pages.

      2. You have not enabled auto tagging, to learn more click here .

      3. Your ads are not active

      4. You are running call-only ads, at the moment it is impossible to track clicks which transfer to a phone number, instead of a landing page – accounting for missing clicks. To learn more click here.

      5. The time frame which you are currently viewing is in a time period which clicks were not being tracked. Go to the top right of the page and change the time period.

      6. Align the timezone of your Google Ads account and your Click Saver account. Simply go to your TCS dashboard > My Account > Update timezone.

      7. When you originally signed up to your Click Saver account, you may have misspelled your domain url, this will prevent clicks from showing in your data. Simply goto your TCS dashboard > Setup > Website list, remove and add new domain with correct domain.

      No Click Data Is Being Displayed On My Dashboard?

      This article explains why no click data

      is being displayed on your dashboard


      There are two possible reasons why this could be happening,

      1. If you are not seeing any click data in your dashboard, the most probable reason is you have not installed the click tracking script on your landing pages or the click tracking script has not been correctly installed on your landing pages.

      To learn about installing monitoring script, click here

      2. If you are seeing organic and direct clicks in your dashboard, but not paid ad clicks, the most probable reason is you haven’t enabled auto-tagging

      To learn how to enable auto-tagging in your Google Ads account, click here

      To learn how to enable auto-tagging in your Bing/Microsoft Ads account, click here

      I Cannot See My Ads?

      This article explains what to do if you can’t see your ads and how to whitelist your IP


      The most probable explanation is your IP has been automatically excluded by the system or an IP range which includes your IP address has been excluded.

      To solve this…

      You first need to identify your IP address 

      Goto https://whatismyipaddress.com/ and discover your IP address

      Once you have discovered your IP address

      Goto to your TCS dashboard > Intel Reports > Blocked Ip’s > Search for your Ip or an Ip range which has your IP included. 

      After you have found your IP or IP range, you need to add it to the whitelist (allowed ip’s)

      Goto to your TCS dashboard > Control panel > Whitelist Ip’s  > Add Whitelist Ip > Enter your IP or IP range which included your IP > Save.

      Manually Added IP’s To Blacklist or Whitelist List Are Not Being Excluded In Google Ads, Why?

      This article explains why manually added IP’s

      are not being excluded by Google Ads


      In some rare cases, after adding an IP addresses manually to the “blacklist Ip’s” or “whitelist Ip’s” box in your Click Saver dashboard, a caching issue might occur resulting in the IPs that you’ve added to not be displayed in your Google Ads exclusion lists.

      In order to fix this problem, please logout and login to your Google Ads account

      How To Exclude An IP In Bing Ads

      This article explains how to exclude an IP in Bing Ads


      1. Login to Bing/Microsoft Ads


      2. Click Campaign ( At The Top of Page)

      3. Click Campaigns tab

      4. Click the Checkbox next to the campaign/s you wish to exclude IP

      5. Click Edit tab

      6. Click Other Changes

      7. Select IP address exclusions

      8. Enter Ip address from the click quota alert

      9. Click Apply




      How Do I Approve Your Access Request To Google Ads?

      This article explains how you can approve

      our Google Ads account access request.


      To approve our request to access your Google Ads account, simply log in to the email account/id you when linking TCS to your Google Ads account, and search for an email from Google requesting your approval to link TCS , once found simply click approve.

      I Can’t Approve The Account Access Request. It Says ‘Pending’ And Can’t Be Updated

      This article explains why you can’t

      'approve' the account access request in the Google Ads.


      The process of approving access for linking your Google Ads account and TCS is automatic once you have completed the prompts provided by Google. However, if you control the Google Ads account through an MCC account, only the owner can approve the account access request. 

      This can be solved by logging directly into the account or asking your client to approve access.

      How Do I Change My Domain?

      This article explains how you can change your domain


      In order to change a domain being monitored by TCS

      Goto your TCS dashboard > Set up > Website list > Remove domain > Select add new website > Enter your new domain url > Save

      Install click tracking script on all your new landing pages.

      If you are using a new Google Ads account with your new domain, unlink and link your new Google Ads account.

      I’ve Forgotten My Password

      This article explains how you can reset your password

      if you have forgotten it


      If you have forgotten your password and can’t log in to your Click Saver account, kindly refer to the login page, select the “forgotten password” link, enter the email id for your account and the system will email you a link to reset your password.

      I’ve Forgotten My Email Id?

      This article explains what to do if you’ve forgotten

      the email id you used when signing up


      If you have forgotten your email id you have signed up with, please contact us via our contact us page, provide your name, username and domain’s url.