What is the difference between CPC and PPC?

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    John Wiz
    Beginner
    US

    Is CPC (cost-per-click) and PPC (pay-per-click) both are same or not?

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      Madison
      Beginner
      BI

      ppc is an advertising way, tool you can use to target any product on keywords or other metrics.
      and CPC work as a metric to measure the overall cost of each advertisement click for the campaign running on keyword or on product target..

      John Aly
      Enhanced
      none

      PPC and CPC are two different concepts, PPC is the pay per click means every time when a customer clicks on your ad you have to pay some fee and the CPC is the cost per click which means what you have actually paid for a click.

      John David
      Beginner
      none

      PPC stands for pay per click which means you will be get paid whenever someone click on the ad you are running for your product, and the CPC stands for Cost per click that means the cost of that click by any buyer or visitor, the cost depend on the listing position.

      Emmal Aria
      Beginner
      none

      No, PPC and CPC are not the same thing. PPC is pay per click, meaning you have to pay a fee each time someone clicks your ad. The cost per click, or CPC, is the price you have actually paid for the click.

      SAVAGE
      Beginner
      US

      There is no difference between PPC and CPC because both terms have the same concept of charged on ad clicks.

      Sylvester
      Ultimate
      US

      PPC stand for pay per click means every time when any customer clicks on your ad you have to pay the fee and the CPC is the cost per click which means what you have actually paid for a click by any customers.

      Robert John
      Beginner
      US

      Hy John! PPC is stand for pay per click and it is a type of advertising, you need to pay on every click.
      CPC is stand for cost per click and it is matrix in ppc which measures that the price of per click.

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