I want to know about “Cost Per Click (CPC)” I don’t have idea about it.
The cost or cost-equivalent paid per click-through.
The terms pay-per-click (PPC) and cost-per-click (CPC) are sometimes used interchangeably, sometimes as distinct terms. When used as distinct terms, PPC indicates payment based on click-throughs, while CPC indicates measurement of cost on a per-click basis for contracts not based on click-throughs.
For example, consider a campaign where payment is based on impressions, not clicks. Impressions are sold for $10 CPM with a click-through rate (CTR) of 2%.
1000 impressions x 2% CTR = 20 click-throughs
$10 CPM / 20 click-throughs = $.50 per click
As per Google:
The CPC is the amount an advertiser pays each time a user clicks on his/her ad. Google AdWords has a CPC pricing system.
You are going to make payments to have people click on ads and arrive at your pages. Google AdWords has elaborated the whole procedure and you have full control over your spendings.
This is an Advertisers bid on keywords they predict their target market will use as search terms when they are looking for a product or service.
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I really après eat for this method of CPC it is beneficial for me.
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