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Getting the Bidding Basics Right - Google Ad Help
There are several ways Google AdSense offers you to place your ad on Google AdSense, whichever is most important to you and your company. The majority of advertiser focuses on clicking, impression, conversion or viewing (for videos). As you advertise on Google Ad, you probably have a clear target for your advertisements in your eye.
Whenever an ad is available, Google Ads conducts an auction whether in a keyword ad, blogs, news sites, or other sites. When bidding, you can concentrate on various things: Klicks, imprints, conversions, opinions or commitments, dependent on your kind of campaig. When your primary objective is for your website to be visited by others, then clicking is a good way to begin.
Bidding with Cost-per-Click (CPC) means you only need to be paid when someone actually hits your ad and comes to your site. "If your campaigns are focused solely on the search network and your primary objective is to enhance your market presence, consider using Target Image Share. This bidding policy allows Google Ads to place your bid in such a way that you reach your Impress Share target.
If, for example, you select an Impression Share goal of 65% at the top of the page, Google AdSense will place your bid so that your ad will appear at the top of the page at 65% of the maximum possible time. This is known as cost-per-thousand visible impressions (vCPM) bidding, as you are paying for every 1,000 copies of the publication of your ad and it is visible.
You can use the visible CPM application, such as the manually generated CPC application, to place quotations at ad group or single placement levels. Using this enhanced bidding methodology, you tell Google Ads the amount you're willing to spend on converting or cost-per-acquisition (CPA). Transformation (sometimes referred to as acquisition) is a specific activity that you want to see on your website.
Google Ads places your bid in such a way that you try to get as many converted ads as possible at the price you specify per purchase. In order to use Bidding for Google Ads, you must, among other things, have activated your converter tracker so that Bidding for Google Ads is suitable for medium and experienced people.
When your primary objective is to assess how committed your audience is to your movie contents, where they see your movies, and when they jump from viewing your contents, use cost-per-view (CPV) bidding. CPV bids allow you to purchase paid services for your movies and other interactive features such as Call to Action Attack (CTA) clicking, maps and accompanying banner.
In order to create a CPV offer, when you create your TrueView ad you must specify the highest amount you want to charge for a particular ad display.