ClickGUARD Brand Assets
For Web and Print Media
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ClickGUARD protects AdWords accounts from all types of unwanted ad clicks, allowing PPC advertisers to verify and control their paid traffic, protecting them from wasteful ad clicks. We provide the world’s most advanced intelligent click fraud prevention platform and service to businesses seeking to better understand and prevent losses to non-profitable resource draining clicks.
ClickGUARD Software is privately held and headquartered in Playa Vista, CA.
The ClickGUARD logo is a fully registered wordmark of our company name. It serves as a universal signature on everything from company communications to products to swag. It enables us to maintain consistency and should not be modified in any way.
Where possible, the ClickGUARD logo should sit on a white background or if necessary, a white logo on Gunmetal or Navy blue can be used instead. In select instances, such as page or email footers, the logo may be set in cadet gray and used on background gray.
The ClickGUARD color palette is meant to be unobtrusive, with thoughtful accents of color. Proper application of these colors will ensure the visual identity is maintained across all branded elements. Color usage should roughly map to the proportions below.
Appropriate Color Proportions
Be mindful of proportions when using color in any ClickGUARD branding identification materials. Using the right amount of color will ensure a consistent balance across all things ClickGUARD.
These proportions are estimates, not exact numbers. Other colors from the core palette may substituted for the main color. Select from the core palette to achieve the base and support color expressions. The remaining balance should be pulled from the accent palette to create the detail expression. Each secondary accent color should account for no more than 2-5% of the total layout, and collectively no more than 10% of all color.
Our primary palette consists of our brand Gunmetal blue, Navy Blue, Cadet Gray, background gray, and white. Our brand colors should be used thoughtfully to reinforce our identity, as overuse can dilute visual impact. Brand colors on a neutral background is often more successful at establishing brand equity than full washes of the color.
Tings and shades
Tints and shades of the primary palette should be used to directly supplement the original swatch, and they should never be used in place of the original swatch. They are primarily intended for button states, borders, illustration shadings, and data visualization.
RGB 41, 49, 62
CMYK 34, 21, 0, 76
PMS 532 C
RGB 38, 132, 214
CMYK 82, 38, 0, 16
PMS 2172 C
RGB 138, 162, 177
CMYK 22, 8, 0, 31
PMS 2164 C
RGB 244, 247, 249
CMYK 02, 01, 0, 02
PMS 649 C
The secondary palette serves to accent and thoughtfully complement our primary palette and add visual interest to things like illustrations, data visualization, and presentations. When using these colors, remember to use the appropriate color proportions. Tints and shades should be used to directly supplement the original swatch, and they should never be used in place of the original swatch. They are primarily intended for button states, borders, illustration shadings, and data visualization.
The following secondary colors should be used sparingly, as they will change over time.
RGB 108, 175, 0
CMYK 38, 0, 1, 31
PMS 369 C
RGB 226, 164, 41
CMYK 0, 27, 82, 11
PMS 7563 C
RGB 213, 28, 42
CMYK 0, 87, 80, 16
PMS 711 C
RGB 105, 46, 179
CMYK 41, 74, 0, 29
PMS 526 C
The typography rules on this page focus on marketing-specific styles.
Type styles should be set in a color from the primary palette unless otherwise specified.
A useful style for labels or special headings.
1px character space
The standard style for body copy.
Paragraphs should be followed by a 12px space.
Body copy mini
The standard style for captions.
It should sit outside the border of its image.
Roboto Light Italic
The brand guidelines use a 4px baseline grid, which helps create a consistent vertical rhythm on the page.
The iconography ClickGUARD uses can be categorized into two distinct types, both serving distinct roles in ClickGUARDs Visual Design.
ClickGUARD makes your PPC marketing more effective by eliminating repetitive, non-converting money wasting clicks from your Google Ads campaigns which reduces your cost per acquisition.
Boost your conversion rate and maximizer your Google Ads ROI automatically. Know exactly what and where your clicks are coming from with real-time detailed forensic data for every click. ClickGUARD takes seconds to install on any website and CMS platform.
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ClickGUARD is the most powerful pay per click waste and fraud prevention platform for advertisers and agencies looking to remove and prevent repetitive money wasting clicks from their pay ecosystem that makes it easy to integrate with third-party apps and solutions. As an end-to-end solution for click fraud prevention and campaign optimization ClickGUARD can conform to your digital marketing needs, no matter how complex or large they may be.
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