What is the difference between OPC and PPC?


Have you heard the term “PPC” or seen it in an ad lately? But what does it mean and what is the difference between PPC and OPC? In this blog post, we’ll learn about the different types of advertising, their costs, and how to get them.

What is the Purpose of PPC?

The purpose of PPC is to drive traffic to your website. This type of advertising is very effective because it’s targeted. The main difference between these two types of ads is that with the OPC banner ad, anyone can see the ad, whereas a PPC ad is specific to a certain audience.

What is the Difference Between OPC and PPC

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OPAs and PPCs are two of the most common advertising types that you may see on your website. When it comes to their differences, however, they can be difficult to understand.

Pro/Con Arguments

Both adsense and Adwords are forms of online advertising, but there are a few key differences. For example, Google allows you to use its search engine to find keywords in a bid to make your ad more visible. But on the flip side, it also allows you create keywords and have them show up on its search engine.


The main difference between PPC and OPC is the conversion rate. In most cases, PPCs are more expensive than OPCs because they convert a higher percentage of clicks into leads. Another difference is that affiliates pay up to 50% less commission if they use an OPC rather than a PPC.

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