Msg#: 3108170 posted 9:59 am on Oct 4, 2006 (gmt 0)
I just stumbled upon testing of Click-To-Call icon on one of the Ads displayed in PPC
Just to test the service I feeded my nember and "bang" I was connected to Vendor over VOIP
I thought of playing a prank with my friend and entered his number... guess what? He got an unsolicited call from Vendor!
Moral of the story - There has to be some sort of verification before Vendor Calls the number feeded on Google SERP May be a text message sent asking for verification (though these text message can be fun too) or may be some sort of permanent registration.
Msg#: 3108170 posted 7:06 pm on Oct 4, 2006 (gmt 0)
Why would you click on the link when you can just type in the address into your browser? Would you want someone blowing through your advertising dollars just for kicks? I wouldn't do that to a competitor and never will.
Msg#: 3108170 posted 7:53 pm on Oct 19, 2006 (gmt 0)
I think you guys have taken the discussion to wrong direction I just meant to say "such a stupid" mistake cant be expected from Google that anybody can feed in anybody's number on Click-to-Call to haress