Monday, November 7, 2011

Understanding Cost Per Action (CPA)

Cost per Action - Many big businesses, marketers and advertisers consider CPA the optimal way to buy online advertising and the way to increase getting new and potential customers. Using some forms of CPA, an advertiser only pays up when the desired action has occurred. An action can be something as simple as sending a visitor to another web site. If you've seen Google Ads then this is a prime example. A small amount is earned every time a visitor completes the action of clicks through to a site via those Google ads. In other cases a CPA might involve something such as a form being filled out in a survey, or signing up for a merchants newsletter. The desired action by the way to be performed by the visitor you sent them is determined by the advertiser, however you'll always know that beforehand.

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