Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Patrick2014, Aug 13, 2015.
Or is there a more detailed way of finding more information on keywords?
yes; that's the amount of $$ you should spend per click to get nice amount of clicks (considering the competition )
I understand that way I think, you pay for adwords per click, I'm trying to figure out then the other side of it, as in I mean if you check a keyword and its suggested big is say 5.00, does that mean if you use ad sense on your site for that keyword, there is chance it will place 5.00 or so ads, and would mean higher click through rate, as in it works both ways. So if you rank a keywords that has high suggested rate it means high paying ads possible placed on your site? if that makes sense.?
That Suggested Bid is for advertisers... For webmasters using adsense, You get CPC after Deducting Google's Share.
I don't think a high suggested CPC will relate to CTR It's just an indication of what the competition for that keyword are prepared to pay on adwords, it's probably a bit inflated as well to be fair to get everyone to up there cpc but it does give you some indication, ads with keywords that have a cpc of $5 should payout more than keywords with a cpc of $2.
Someone correct me if im wrong
How much Google deduct as their share?
I guess 32% ? We get 68%.
I am not sure though.
Google's cut depends on keyword I believe, and its volume, and your "quality score" as an advertiser. Somewhat similar to how they calculate Adwords. But this too is only a guess as they don't publish this right out in the open. Fact is it doesn't matter. And no, Adwords estimates don't directly translate.
I've found that the "suggested bid" isn't always on point. It's usually cheaper as a suggested bid, but in reality, you bid more.
I just use ppv instead.
AFAIK, suggested bid is just to bring you in range of first page.. CPC is cost of 1st pos.
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