Our Online CPC Calculator is helpful in helping advertisers plan and optimize their advertising campaigns. With a CPC calculator, you can predict the cost of a campaign based on the number of clicks you expect to receive, or vice versa, predict how many clicks it will take to reach a given budget.
How to use the CPC calculator?
Our complete calculator allows you to calculate budget, number of clicks and cost per click anyway. The calculation can be done both daily and online, just having two pieces of information to calculate the third.
The CPC calculator is easy to use and only requires some basic information:
- Daily Budget: the maximum amount you are willing to spend per day on your ad campaign.
- Daily Clicks: the number of clicks you expect to receive on your campaign per day.
- Cost Per Click (CPC): the amount you are willing to pay for each click on your ads.
With this information, you can choose which variable you want to calculate and just fill in the corresponding fields in the CPC calculator. For example, if you want to know how many clicks you can expect per day with a budget of R$ 100 and a CPC of R$ 0.50, select “Daily Clicks” in the calculator and fill in the fields “Daily Budget” and “Cost Per Click (CPC )”.
After filling in the fields, click on the “Calculate” button and the CPC calculator will give you the corresponding result.
Online CPC Calculator
What is CPC?
CPC stands for “Cost Per Click” and is a metric used in digital marketing to measure the cost of an internet advertising campaign. As the name suggests, the CPC represents the amount that is charged to the advertiser for each click on an ad.
CPC is primarily used in ad campaigns on search engines such as Google, where ads are displayed above or below the search results. Advertisers set a maximum bid they are willing to pay per click on their ads, and Google uses an auction algorithm to determine which ads are shown and where.
How to calculate CPC?
Calculating the CPC is simple and straightforward: just divide the total cost of the campaign by the number of clicks it received. The formula is as follows:
CPC = Total Cost / Clicks
For example, if you spent R$ 100 on a campaign and received 200 clicks, the CPC would be R$ 0.50 per click.
The CPC Calculator is a valuable tool for advertisers who want to plan and optimize their internet advertising campaigns. With it, you can predict the cost of a campaign based on the number of clicks you expect to receive, or vice versa, predict how many clicks will be needed to reach a given budget.