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Highest CPC Value ??? you have seen

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  1. DomainManagement

    DomainManagement Active Member

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    Was just checking a few keywords on the google tool and was happy to see
    some very high CPC Cost Per Click values

    no win no fee personal injury claim
    2,400 2,400
    £59.94


    how much does this reduce if your landing page score is good ??

    how much would ad sense revenue be on this do you think

    lets see some other from everyone


    Cheers Steve ;)
     
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  3. wb

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    [no win no fee accident claim] - £171.98
     
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    Systreg Well-Known Member Full Member

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    ^^^ The me.uk is available :) nowinnofeeaccidentclaim.me.uk
     
  5. rob

    rob Founding Member

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    going by the stuff I have been doing for www.claims.co.uk etc - if you look into some of the nasty spinal stuff then the CPC's are quite dizzy.
     
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    retired_member33 Retired Member

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    Still not sure about those numbers.. I believe that's what's being paid on
    Google search and not on the conent network..

    I mean, how easy would it be to reg a domain for 3, get some content for a fiver and get a friend to click...

    Very lucrative business I would say :)

    So don't get carried away with numbers shown on the keyword tool
     
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    retired_member33 Retired Member

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    But just to add to the mania..

    Came across an exact match for some po ferries related term this afternoon which supposably had a cpc of 232 euro.

    What a joke
     
  8. DomainManagement

    DomainManagement Active Member

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    was just trying to male sense of it all

    i understand Google cocks things up on purpose sometimes but i did not

    know if there was any PPC experts amongst us that could explain and help us understand better



    cheers steve
     
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    denchomsky Well-Known Member

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    Those figures have got to be on successfull claim or actual follow through purchase haven't they, not per click.
     
  10. crazihos United Kingdom

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    When I used to do PPC google actually had a max cpc set that you couldnt go over.

    I cant remember exactly as its been over 2 years but I think it was £60 per click, it made loans bidding a nightmare.

    I was bidding the max and still couldnt get the number 1 spot and therefore was unable to loss lead to get my CTR up.

    I'm not sure if they have a limit on the contextual side but they definately had one on the search end.

    I do know that they put it in to stop mistakes, you can imagine a simple typo could see your CPC hit £600 or £6000 quite easily so i'd be surprised if theyve removed it

    (unless theyve added a double opt in system for bids over a certain level which would work).

    Hope this helps

    Russ
     
  11. Edwin

    Edwin Well-Known Member

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    If you want to boost your CTR without necessarily changing anything else, use the exact-match domain name! At least, that's what my study proved last year...
    http://www.memorabledomains.co.uk/ppc-generic-domains.html
     
  12. binny

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    If Lord Young gets his way then the accident claim brokers will be a thing of the past and the arse may fall out of that market very quickly. Maximum fee conditions, charges to file a claim, prohibiting the brokering of claims, etc........ all likely changes in the very near future.
     
  13. binny

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    It's likely that the people buying the clicks sell the claims onwards rather than handle them themselves, they're not waiting for a successful claim they're waiting for a 'sale' and it probably happens quite quckly.
     
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    pendragon Well-Known Member

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    i have one financial, where the CPC for the term is £38.76. I have adsense on it but the average click is around 60p. Not tried bidding on adwords to see how acurate goog's estimation is in that direction.

    Personally, I have quite a few where the estimated CPC is 0.04 but the reality is over £1.50 an adsense click every time.
     
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