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    How to find cost per click on google adwords


    Hi guys,

    How can I figure out how much should I pay for each click?
    I have read articles about this. I know the basic things like I should set my budget and google gives me a price.

    Where can I find the cost per price?

    I called one of the agencies that provide services like publishing ads on google adwords,
    the operator searched my keyword, told me all the relevant keywords. like this:
    first keyword: between 5 and 10 cents,
    second keyword: between 5 and 20 cents,
    and etc.

    is there any panel to check this on google adwords or somewhere else?

    I wanna check the cost per keyword to figure out how much my budget should be.

    any help would be appreciated.
    Thanks.
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    This is something that will vary depending upon the optimization of your campaign. I will assume that you have an Adwords account already..

    If you do not see the Average CPC column next to your keywords, click on Columns. It will give you some optional columns to add, but you want to add Average CPC.
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    I am not sure if you know this already, but assuming you have a Google Ads account currently, there is a Keyword Planner section.
    You find it by going to Tools -> (Planning) Keyword Planner

    With this tool, you can enter your keywords, and Google will give you an estimate of the monthly search volume and average costs associated with the keywords.
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    Yes, true Overage. But I do find the estimated CPC to often be very different than what I actually have to pay. Good place to start though.
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    Cost per click is depends upon your bid over that particular keywords. You won't be able to adjust that amount at your own.
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    Originally Posted by mansirana1864
    Cost per click is depends upon your bid over that particular keywords. You won't be able to adjust that amount at your own.
    I am having a hard time understanding what you are trying to say here. CPC is dependent upon your bid, but you can't adjust what you pay?

    You have relative degree of control over what you pay. You may not get the best positions, your ads might not make the first page or even be shown, but you set your own bids.

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