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When a user clicks on an ad but they right click to open in new tab does that cost the advertiser as if the user would of left clicked.

I am new to all of this please handle me like that ;)

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Yes the advertiser is charged if the ad is clicked or opened in a new tab either way the same URL is loading triggering the click. Though if you were to bookmark the ad or keep clicking or going back/forward Google recognizes this and the advertiser is not double charged

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Thanks! Was sure they do protect themselves from all these problems.... – c s h Oct 15 '12 at 19:52
You're welcome if you found this answer helpful feel free to check it off – Anagio Oct 15 '12 at 19:54

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