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What is PPC ROI calculator?
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It's a Pay Per Click Return On Investment Calculator.

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If you have AdSense account you can use that tool to calculate your earnings more or less!
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ROI Calculator is an online tool to calculate the Return on Investment from the amount one invested in Pay Per Click campaign. The PPC is the advertising module in the context of internet advertising used to drive traffic to websites where the advertisers are charged when the ad is clicked.
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calculating return on investment is one of the most important parts of conducting pay per click campaigns. Yet, many advertisers don’t give it much thought. If you aren’t calculating your ROI for your PPC campaigns, you’re simply burning your money. Many businesses select a keyword, set up their campaign and sit back and relax, expecting customers and leads to roll in. Doing that without analyzing is worse than not doing anything at all. If you aren’t analyzing your PPC campaign results, you’re simply wasting your time, money and resources.
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For calculating the ROI on your ppc campaign you can use this simple formula. (Revenue - PPC Spend) / PPC SPEND multiply it by 100 and then you will get ROI in percentage.
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seems bit difficult to me, well anyway i m fine with my rough calculations of getting leads through calls and mails.
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Clicks and impressions are two important metrics that should be focused on. Impressions measure the number of times an advertisement is displayed and clicks refer to the number of times it is clicked on. A higher number of clicks indicates that the ad was well made and attractive enough to generate a decent click through rate. It also indicates how well the total impressions converted into click throughs. If the clicks increase, it might be a good time to capitalize on the increase in traffic and increase ad budget. If clicks go down it could mean that something is wrong with the ad and it might need formatting.
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Calculating return on investment is one of the most important parts of pay per click marketing campaigns.
In this post I will be discussing which pay per click metrics to track and how to calculate them manual.
I will also be sharing a PPC ROI calculator for those who want their ROI calculated automatically after input data, as well as four essential PPC tracking programs.
There are three techniques:
Return on Ad Spend.
Return on Investment.
Profit Per Impression and Profit Per Click.
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Here are five reasons why PPC marketing is worthwhile:

You only pay when an interested person clicks. One of the reasons PPC is so straightforward is because you know exactly where your dollars are going, and you only pay when an interested party clicks on the ad. This is different than traditional advertising offline, where you spend X amount of dollars and hope your target market actually engages with the ad, but you never really know.
You set your budget to control costs. Speaking of budgets, with pay-per-click, you set the budget to your needs. You can put a cap on what you spend daily, and it’s flexible for you to change at any time. That doesn’t mean you can expect to see huge results with a limited budget, of course; it all depends on how competitive the keyword and industry are. (You can learn more about setting budget in Google AdWords, or check out a post I wrote on how much you should spend on PPC.)
You can reach your target consumer at the right time with the right ad. Want to target a person in a specific place at a specific time of day with a specific ad? No problem. With PPC’s location targeting and delivery options along with device-specific preferences (like mobile), you can deliver very specific messages to your target consumer at prime time when they are close by.
Unlike organic search, PPC can show results very quickly. We all know how important organic search traffic is for long-term website marketing; however, it has a longer cycle to prove ROI. PPC can show results fast. You can start a PPC campaign on Monday and literally start seeing results in terms of traffic and conversions the next day (depending on a variety of factors, obviously).
PPC data can inform your other marketing channels. Does your search engine optimization (SEO) team want to know if a particular keyword or set of keywords is converting well? PPC can tell them. You can also test the waters with new products or offerings using PPC in order to gauge demand and get an early look at its reception. You can even use PPC to promote oddball events or things that wouldn’t be appropriate for other forms of advertising. This article by Jim Yu also gives good information on how PPC can inform SEO in other ways.
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Return on investment (ROI) measures the gain or loss generated on an investment relative to the amount of money invested. ROI is usually expressed as a percentage and is typically used for personal financial decisions, to compare a company's profitability.

The return on investment formula is:

ROI = (Net Profit / Cost of Investment) x 100

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