when I searched on google Adwords for estimated traffic and CPC,on wheatgrass benefits the traffic estimator tool revealed that though the global searches showed a figure of 27100 and the local searches a figure of 1900, no average CPC values were given at all.
Can any experienced hubber explain what this means and whether it is worthwhile at all publishing a hub on topics where the CPC value is not given since we all want ads on our hubs to earn money?
What is the CPC value? What does CPC mean?
CPC means cost per click,... the value of the keyword as determined by Google.
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