Epc Affiliate Marketing Explained
The wonderful world of the commerce has created the most incredible alphabet soup of the world has ever known. While this has opened up opportunities heretofore unheard of, it has also created a great deal of confusion. Let me see if I can alleviate some of that confusion. For example, while cruising the Internet you will come across terms such as Epc affiliate marketing, and you will have no idea what that means. EPC is an acronym that stands for earnings per hundred clicks.
Let's say I am an affiliate of
Another Internet term that you will hear thrown about a great deal is cpm. This stands for Cost Per (thousand) Impressions. An impression is the number of times that someone's online advertisement is accessed and downloaded by potential customers. CPM is online ads which are purchased based on the number of impressions or clicks. The price for this form of advertising is calculated by multiplying the cpm rate by the number of units, and if the unit price is $10 and you have a rate of one million impressions, then you come up with a total price of roughly $10,000, at which point you divide the cpm by 1,000, resulting in a price of $.01 per impression.
Let's get back to Marvin, shall we? Remember, Marvin's ad is on my website, and every time someone views my site, they see Marvin's ad, and I earn something. As schemes go, this is a sweet one. Seriously, though, this type of advertising is unique to the Internet and is a rapidly expanding industry. I remember hearing, when Amazon launched in the mid-1990s, that this was a flash in the pan and that it wouldn't last. People had doubts about the whole concept of Internet marketing, ranging from security of credit card information to personal data being poached; while it is true that there were some rocky times, on the whole Internet marketing has really taken on a life of its own and is only going to continue to increase over time. I would not say that Ecommerce will replace traditional stores completely, however, but it will certainly continue to be strong competition.a merchants product and for arguments sake lets say this merchant is called Marvin. My website provides a link or an ad which, when clicked, takes someone to that website of which I am affiliated with. For every 100 clicks, I earn a commission. That's basically all I have to do to earn a commission - just feature a link for that web site on my website. Sometimes this number is stated as an predicted payout based on historical numbers that resulted in a sale.