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What is the difference between clicks and impression?
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Impression counts as a view. 1 impression means your ad was shown once. Well click means your ad was clicked!
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When your ad loads and displays in front of a user, that is one impression. If you can't have clicks without impressions. Users need to see your ads before they can decide whether or not to click them. This is typically referred to as CPM, or Cost Per Mille, where Mille means thousand.
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impression: when you see the ads within your viewport but not make any click. That is called an impression.
Clicks are Basically the Number of times People Clicked on the Advertisement.
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When your ad loads and displays in front of a user, that is one impression
Well, you can't have clicks without impressions. Users need to see your ads before they can decide whether or not to click them.
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If your ad appears on search results once it will treat as one impression and coming to clicks when user clicks your ad it is counted as one click
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Clicks are Basically the Number of times People Clicked on the Advertisement.
Impression: when you see the ads within your viewport but not make any click. That is called as impression.
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A click,is whenever a user actually clicks on your ads.Impressions is a view. When your ad loads and displays in front of a user, that is one impression.
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In simple words, an impression is a view and whereas click is a ht. Without an impression, a click is not possible. Let's take an example here. You're running an ad for Nike shoe on a google search engine. Now search for the query [Nike Shoe Online] you'll see your ad might appear on top. If yes, then it is termed as an impression. If that particular clicks on your ad then that is termed as an ad click.
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Amazing information you guys shared. Thanks for giving such knowledge.
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IMPRESSIONS- An URL(It can be site link or webpage link) records an impression when it appears in a search result for a user. The URL records an impression ,when the user opens (After entering the query) the page containing this result.CLICKS- For most result types, any click that redirects the user to a page outside of Google Search is counted as a click, and clicking a link that stays inside search results is not counted as a click.
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Click means action is performed, but impression means users see your ad but not do anything. This is the main difference between Click and impression.
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Impression means how many times your ad seen and click is how many times your ad gets clicked.
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an impression is view. when your ads loads or displays in front of user, that is one impression.a click is whenever a user actually clicks on your ads, you cannot have click without impressions.



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