What is CR?

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Hi guys,

This is a pretty stupid question but I want to know what CR is, because I see that people keep talking about CR. I have now 4.17% CR, is that a big point? What will happen if I have a low/high CR?
I'm using AWM as network.

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Clickrate... if you get 100 clicks and 10 complete a survey then your clickrate would bei 100/10 = 10% ... 4,17% is a bit low ... imagine you would have 12%, that would mean you would have 3 times higher earnings
 

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CR - short for Conversation Rate

Describes the percentage of users who fill out the survey after clicking on your link. For example: 100 clicks and 20 leads means that 20 people out of 100 filled out the survey after clicking. Your CR in this example would be 20%.

CR really depends on many factors, the main factors being:
- Network you are using and offer optimization (some offers are easier to complete which results in higher CR!)
- Niche you are using: for some niches its great to have 5% for some its great to have 30%!
- Quality of your work. If your video/website or whatever is professional and makes the visitor want to download your tool it is more likely that the visitor goes through the whole process to receive his file.

You can improve your CR by simply taking care of those 3 factors. :)

Cheers,
PB3
 

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PeaceBreaker3 said:
CR - short for Conversation Rate

Describes the percentage of users who fill out the survey after clicking on your link. For example: 100 clicks and 20 leads means that 20 people out of 100 filled out the survey after clicking. Your CR in this example would be 20%.

CR really depends on many factors, the main factors being:
- Network you are using and offer optimization (some offers are easier to complete which results in higher CR!)
- Niche you are using: for some niches its great to have 5% for some its great to have 30%!
- Quality of your work. If your video/website or whatever is professional and makes the visitor want to download your tool it is more likely that the visitor goes through the whole process to receive his file.

You can improve your CR by simply taking care of those 3 factors. :)

Cheers,
PB3
Thank you for explaining it. Thank you all for explaining it.
 
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