Does low CPC like around $0.5 to $0.8 mean that there isn't enough traffic or isn't enough relevant material to place enough ads?
i meant to ask from the advertiser point of view.. like when google traffic estimator is used for certain keywords,,,for low competition keywords the CPC and the estimated number of clicks are low..
I think that a low CPC (I would say more like $0.05-0.08) would mean that there is not much competition for those keywords so you won't have to pay so much for your ad to appear. However, that may or may not mean there is low traffic as that is a different matter (but more likely to be low traffic)
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