CPA Question about epc
2016-03-20, 06:13 AM,
#1
I'm new to cpa and would like to know how I earn the epc for example 0.17$ and I have a content locker in my website,now will I earn the 0.17$ when the user is choosing 1 of 4-5 surveys on the content locker,is it epc even if someone clicks your cpa banner and how can I make a worldwide banner for great epc in my website cause I dont want to make my website with adsense
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2016-03-20, 06:20 AM,
(This post was last modified: 2016-03-20, 06:22 AM by Eion.)
#2
EPC is an estimated average Earning Per Click (usually unique). You DO NOT earn this amount when an user clicks on your surveys. You earn only when the user completes the survey. EPC is a simple stat which shows how much you are potentially making from each unique click on your surveys.

For an example, if a survey has a payout of $2.00 and after 20 unique clicks, only one of them converts, you will get $2.00 in your balance and your EPC will be $2.00/20 = $0.10. Hence, it is estimated that you are earning around $0.10 per unique click.
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SiriusBlack(2016-03-20 04:10 PM) 1MShark(2016-03-20 06:26 AM) 
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2016-03-20, 06:26 AM,
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(2016-03-20, 06:20 AM)Eion Wrote: EPC is an estimated average Earning Per Click (usually unique). You DO NOT earn this amount when an user clicks on your surveys. You earn only when the user completes the survey. EPC is a simple stat which shows how much you are potentially making from each unique click on your surveys.

For an example, if a survey has a payout of $2.00 and after 20 unique clicks, only one of them converts, you will get $2.00 in your balance and your EPC will be $2.00/20 = $0.10. Hence, it is estimated that you are earning around $0.10 per unique click.

Great explanation! Sure will help a lot of people!

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2016-03-21, 02:41 AM,
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(2016-03-20, 06:20 AM)Eion Wrote: EPC is an estimated average Earning Per Click (usually unique). You DO NOT earn this amount when an user clicks on your surveys. You earn only when the user completes the survey. EPC is a simple stat which shows how much you are potentially making from each unique click on your surveys.

For an example, if a survey has a payout of $2.00 and after 20 unique clicks, only one of them converts, you will get $2.00 in your balance and your EPC will be $2.00/20 = $0.10. Hence, it is estimated that you are earning around $0.10 per unique click.

So if no one converts that mean you don't get any money for example 80 clicks 0 converts that means 0$ ?

Making money off users with adf.ly isn't allowed here. A week ban to think about what you did and maybe learn something.
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2016-03-21, 02:45 AM,
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(2016-03-21, 02:41 AM)captainsmoker Wrote:
(2016-03-20, 06:20 AM)Eion Wrote: EPC is an estimated average Earning Per Click (usually unique). You DO NOT earn this amount when an user clicks on your surveys. You earn only when the user completes the survey. EPC is a simple stat which shows how much you are potentially making from each unique click on your surveys.

For an example, if a survey has a payout of $2.00 and after 20 unique clicks, only one of them converts, you will get $2.00 in your balance and your EPC will be $2.00/20 = $0.10. Hence, it is estimated that you are earning around $0.10 per unique click.

So if no one converts that mean you don't get any money for example 80 clicks 0 converts that means 0$ ?

That's exactly what is is saying yes.
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