Digital Marketing Dictionary

Click-Through Rate (CTR)

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Click-through rate (CTR) is a metric used to determine the number of people who see an ad and click on it. CTR can be used to determine how effective keywords and ads are performing during a paid marketing campaign.

Why is Click-Through Rate Important?

If you have a high click-through rate, it means you have a lot of people clicking on your ads. A low CTR means there are not that many people clicking.

CTR is a metric that lets you determine whether your ads are effective and driving traffic to your products, services, offers, and deals. Having a high CTR is beneficial as it gives you a better position for less money. It means your ads are relevant which is preferred by ad networks like Facebook Ads and Instagram Ads.

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