PPC

Discussion in 'Pay Per Click Advertising' started by jeetendraets, Aug 27, 2011.

  1. jeetendraets

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    Hi,
    What is PPC?
     
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    PPC is refer to pay per click. In others word, we only pay according to the number of users click through the links, number of impressions is not counted.
     
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  3. John Million

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    The real benefit of PPC is that you can get in front of your customer at the exact moment they are thinking about your product category. Not your product, but it's category. Your website still has to sell the customer on the fact that you're the best option though. If someone searches "vacuums" and your ad says "we have the best vacuums! thour vacuums clean, the rest just suck" you'd better have great vacuums and proof that yours clean better on your site. But if you do, you'd probably sell a bunch of vacuums.
     
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  4. Ken Peterson

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    Pay Per Click Advertising (PPC) involves creating and placing ads in the margins of the search engine result pages. Many businesses use these ads to persuade people to visit their website. In order for a PPC campaign to be effective, you, as an advertiser, must bid on keywords that best define your business. Your ads will appear when someone searches for products or services using the keywords that you placed a bid on. You only pay when a visitor clicks on your ad - hence, Pay Per Click.
     
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    I am agree with other users answers. PPC is "Pay Per Click" service. You should have to pay for each and every clicks.
     
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    Pay per click (PPC) is an Internet advertising model used to direct traffic to websites, where advertisers pay the hosting service when the ad is clicked.
     
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    ppc is a kind of advertisement on internet.you paid google by the advertise people click.
     
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    PPC has many benefits for businesses mainly because it can generate fast results by targeting the right people at the right time. PPC and SEO can work together in harmony for the best possible results as they are 2 of the major components of digital marketing.
     
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    PPC( Paid Per Click ) : PPC is the paid advertising service performed to achieve the better and positive result in business. It is used by 90% of the business nowadays. It helps your business to promote and advertise online in a number of sites. :)
     
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    as the other members mentioned PPC means Pay per Click. When we go for advertising campaign it's always better to use PPC so that you can pay only for the clicks by the users. This may also be used for Google Adsense and other paid campaign.
     

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