Cost per Click


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Cost per Click

In online advertising, the measurement of cost paid by an advertiser per click on its advertisement. Most search engines and many blogs advertise by cost per click, the three largest of which are Google, Yahoo!, and MSN. See also: Pay Per Click.
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The Cost Per Click program will help us to continue providing the best customer experience and give them the unique opportunity to manage their Kanoodle paid search services through us.
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Businesses, and in particular car dealers, have experienced frustration with the current marketing method and have expressed a desire to reduce or eliminate this Cost Per Click (CPC) marketing expense that only serve to enrich search giants like Google, Yahoo and MSN to name a few.
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Travel marketers set their maximum cost per click to ensure they stay within their desired spending constraints.
Google on Top: Google has clearly emerged as the leader in search, both in personal use and as the PPC provider of choice with its Cost per Click product: AdWords.
Search engine marketing, which assures businesses top level search engine placement using bid-based cost per click services like Overture and Google AdWords.
Optimize campaigns based on business objectives such as cost-per-acquisition (CPA), cost per click (CPC), return on ad spend (ROAS) and others;
Most forms of contextual advertising have been limited to a few companies, have been offered on a cost per click only and usually have a language barrier.