CPC

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CPC

(1) (Central Processing Complex) An IBM mainframe that has two or more central processors (CPs) sharing the same memory. It is the collection of processors, memory and I/O subsystems manufactured with a single serial number, typically all contained in one cabinet.

(2) (Collaborative Product Commerce) An earlier term for product life cycle management. See PLM.
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In addition to driving down the cost per click, our users have the unique advantage of having a powerhouse of marketers, analyzers and optimizers behind them - at a fraction of the cost of any agency, employee or freelancer.
The third-quarter cost per click dropped another 11 percent from the same time last year.
Facebook officials said they have been able to raise the 'cost per click' when customers pick ads; this contrasts with Google, which troubled investors last week after acknowledging that the cost per click declined.
Google's Q4 earnings report released in January showed that its cost per click (CPC) continues to fall, but that it's stabilizing.
Under the Autonomy Optimost Campaign Braun has reportedly generated a 42% increase in conversions, a 64% decrease in year-over-year cost per acquisition and a 17% decrease in year-over-year cost per click.
The data from TBG's study are in tune with those from a worldwide study by Efficient Frontier, which found that cost per click of an advertisement placed on Facebook's page had risen by 22% in the second quarter compared with the preceding three-month period.
The cost per click of Google has been improving for the past four quarters.
Rice Media's strategy for Superdry covers organic search engine optimisation of the new site, cost per click management and a repositioning and branding of Superdry's social networking profiles.
Red:Ambergreen also provides information on the cost per click of a search engine marketing strategy.
The Redlight Tool, AdultRev's flagship product, aggregates traditional online monetization solutions such as cost per click, cost per mille, cost per action and cost per view models into one integrated tool, allowing adult content web publishers of all sizes to generate revenues exponentially greater than those seen by monetization methods individually.
SLAM Strategy also produced a 16 per cent lower overall campaign cost, taking into consideration the cost per click and the number of clicks generated during the length of the campaign.
While total clicks on ads increased, the average cost per click in the second quarter declined 16 per cent from a year earlier, and was up one per cent from the prior period.