Discussion in 'Making Money' started by Nuno198, May 12, 2012.
Cpa dashboard it tells me i had 8 clicks yesterday.. and on google analytics it tells me i had 56..
The CPA picture shows how many clicks you got. But the analytics one tell you how many visitors you got.
Whats the difference?
Do you have any idea what does conversion mean?
Ohhh, Nice trolling bro.
I felt for it.
I was being serious whats the difference between click and visitor .. and yeh i know what a conversion means
Click means you got a click on the ads on your site shown by your network and visitor means a person who visited your site irrespective of whether or not he clicked on any ads.
But my earnings are : $0
CPA stands for Cost Per Action, so you are not paid for clicks only if someone who clicks it and does the action that the company wants.
So its the people who saw the survey? but didnt do it?
Yes they must have clicked the survey and they did not full complete it. Do not worry I have 100 clicks today and only 8 people actually completed it.
How many visitors?
200 or so.
You gt 200visitors /100 click 2:1
i get 60visitors /10clicks 6:1 not good need to work on itt...
I suggest you learn more terms and about the CPA industry before diving in so that no misunderstandings arise. Don't ask me where just use Google to find the information.
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