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How To Check Which Company Is Biding For A Keyword With Price?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by GoGetGov, Aug 3, 2017.

  1. GoGetGov

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    Hi,

    I wanted to start a micro niche blog by targeting one keyword, the CPC is showing high in the Keyword Planner for that keyword. But, as we all know it's Max CPC and we can't get that amount of CPC.

    So, for calculation purpose I want to know the average CPC by checking companies bidding on Google Adword for that keyword with minimum amount.

    I have already cross checked with the Display Planner it's not showing company name and amount they will be biding.

    Thanks in Advanced.
     
  2. etdigital

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    I guess you can check it on spyfu.. but it is paid
     
  3. GoGetGov

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    Hi,

    Can you tell me how to calculate it manually?
     
  4. timothyc3r

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    What does CPC means?
     
  5. Trudorus

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    You're a SEO Specilist and don't know what CPC means?

    Cost Per Click
     
  6. CookServers

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    Normally if it's Adwords, when you set the Max CPC for a specific keyword, you'll see what ranking you get for that specific keyword. Normally, you'll be in the region 2-4 or page 2, if you did not bid enough. So if you set XX max CPC for that keyword, and if you are still ranking lower than your competitor (which you can view by doing a search on Google), you'd know how much they bid and who is bidding for the top spots.
     
  7. webbom

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    Hmmm, I think you can check this with the Display planner. You don't really need to see which company is bidding for what, just search for your keyword using the "Get performance forecasts for your targeting". When you set the keyword there you are shown a graph, the graph is set by default to the average CPC of that keyword.