What is CPC, CPA, CPM and CTR in the adwords?

JanviArora

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CPC - CPC stands for cost-per-click. It is the final amount you're charged for a click that user/visitor clicked on your ad.
CPA - CPA Stands for Cost-per-Aquisition. It is an online advertising pricing model where the advertiser pays for a specified acquisition - for example a sale, click, or form submit
CPM - This metric shows Cost per 1,000 impressions(the M is the Roman numeral abbreviation for 1,000). Most commonly used for buying media.
CTR - Click-through rate is the rate at which your PPC ads are clicked. This number is the percentage of people who view your ad (impressions) and then actually go on to click the ad (clicks). The formula for CTR looks like this: (Total Clicks on Ad) / (Total Impressions) = Click Through Rate.
 

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CPC(Cost per click): The amount you pay google every time someone clicks on your Ad.
CPA(Cost per Acquisition): An online advertising method where the advertiser has to pay for a specified acquisition.
CPM(Cost per thousand Impressions): The price you pay Google every time your display Ad sees 1000 impressions.
CTR(Click through Rate): The percentage of people who click on your Ad after viewing it. The formula is
CTR= Total no. of clicks / Total no. of impressions
 
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