Online marketing definitions

What are the Clicks?

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Clicks are clicks that a person makes to perform a particular action. You can click on an image or text link.

What are clicks?

Clicks in online marketing are the number of people who click, for example, on an advertisement. The purpose of this is to gain insight into how many people click on an ad to view it and thus determine the success of the campaign. In addition to an advertisement, it can also involve clicking on an image or a text link. The more clicks (click ratio), the better the result. This way you can find out exactly how many people have viewed the ad and visited your website. It is then important that the website is interesting enough that conversion takes place.

Cost Per Click

When using advertisements, a cost is charged for every click that is made. This is also known as Cost Per Click (CPC). An online marketer creates ads worth clicking on. It is important to find a good balance between the number of impressions and clicks. This way you can get a lot of impressions but not receive any clicks or receive so many clicks that you will be through your budget in no time.

Click-through is the process of clicking through to the advertiser’s destination after seeing an online ad.

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