I get the estimated avg CPC value in INR or Indian Rupees and I want it in dollars. Can someone suggest how to do it? I have selected United States as country but no change.
Haven't had this issue myself so I am just guessing, but is there a google adwords keyword tool specific for your country? I know there is a UK one and a US one.
If I use UK I get CPC in £. If I use .com I get it in $. This is if I am logged out of my google account. When I am logged in I get £ in the .com version. So it may just be that you need to log out to see dollars.
Ok scrap the first bit of my post, yes there is an adwords tool for India: https://adwords.google.co.in/
Try using https://adwords.google.com/ instead and make sure you are logged out.
The CPC tool is highly inaccurate in any case, on an advertiser campaign I have manages hundreds of thousands of dollars on that thing, and I don't think I have ever seen my bids matching the expected value.
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