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Pay Per Click

What is PPC Advertising?

Pay per click (PPC) or Cost per Click (CPC) is an Internet advertising model used by websites to generate visitors, in which the advertiser only pays when their advert is clicked on the host's website. This type of digital marketing strategy is currently the largest and most popular form of Internet advertising, as PPC produces instant short-term results, and excellent ROI performance for various clients, in particular, commercial entities.

The PPC advertising market has understandably developed and matured in recent years to incorporate a more diverse approach for advertisers within this industry. In fact, forecasters predict that over $14bn will be spent on PPC this year alone and this spend will continue to grow at an astonishing 37% each year.

Paid search is no longer about just text-based advertising via the main search engines of Google, Yahoo, and Bing. PPC advertising can now incorporate the following techniques:Pay Per Click Techniques

  • Pay Per Click - AdWords, Yahoo, Bing
  • Contextual Advertising - Google's Content Network
  • Social Media Advertising - facebook etc
  • Retargeting - display, banners, retargeting, and cookies
  • Ad Exchange Advertising Networks - targeted CPA placements
  • Mobile Advertising

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