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How do you check CPC value of a keyword.

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Ayomav, Nov 27, 2011.

  1. Ayomav

    Ayomav Regular Member

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    Hello,

    I'm using Google adword keyword tool, when checking for CPC, it changes depends on how much I put the max CPC or spending limit/day, so how do u find out the stable CPC value ?

    Thanks
     
  2. Victoria from DNP

    Victoria from DNP Junior Member

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    There is not such thing as "stable cpc".
    CPC changes depending on demand and forecasts.
    Google is the most reliable tool (and I suppose you are working with google only) so no need to go check further.
    Hope it helps
     
  3. SEOWhizz

    SEOWhizz Power Member

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    You have to remember that Google Adwords Keyword Tool is not the most reliable, but it's the only one available to give an approximate CPC value.


    1. Enter only 1 keyword at a time
    2. Enter $10 for max cpc and $10 for daily budget
      If no value appears, increase the daily budget slightly.
    3. Go in advanced options and filters and make sure Match Type is set to Exact
    4. Make sure locations is set to your target country.

    Of course a better and more accurate way to gauge CPC would be to run a short Adwords PPC campaign, but for an estimate the above should be Ok.
     
  4. Big_0n3

    Big_0n3 Senior Member

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    I use Adwords keyword tool. I think hat it give the best results
     
  5. nik rossi

    nik rossi Registered Member

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    you could use market samurai too...