The world of online advertising, one of the most important terms is (SEO) Search Engine/Marketing and the other is PPC (Pay per Click). PPC marketing is also known as CPC (cost per click). PPC is an advertising model used on search engines, advertising networks, and content on websites/blogs, where advertisers only pay when a user actually clicks on an ad to visit advertiser’s website.
In recent times there has been an increase in investment in SEO. Do you have anything to do with the CPC? Yes! Click costs are rising and companies that had previously been investing in PPC campaigns are now focusing their marketing efforts to search engines. This is mainly due to the tendency of increase in the cost of the CPC and the growing demand for increased advertising budget. Another major problem facing these companies has increased and click fraud so completely had abandoned investment in the CPC and replaced by an active SEO campaign.
What is the main difference between these two types of campaigns in terms of efficiency and economy of advertising? The difference is that while pay per click marketing is an investment in advertising, search engine optimization is an investment in the website? A pay per click marketing campaign usually has a beginning and end, and this makes it easier to determine return on investment. (ROI) Remember that if not successful then the investment should not be undertaken.
SEO is comparatively much slower process and results come only much later with the other effects over a longer time. While investment in CPC campaigns, advertising and the company, the exposure ends the moment as the campaign ends. But if a good position is consistent, the SEO effort made by the company to continue to receive good traffic more and better exposure in the SERP (search engine results page) every time someone searches the keywords long after the campaign SEO is more.