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What is CPO?

CPO – Cost per order is a term that refers to the cost of ordering a campaign or internet advertising. This cost is calculated by dividing the cost of the ad by the number of successful orders.

CPO – Cost per order is a term that refers to the cost of ordering a campaign or internet advertising. This cost is calculated by dividing the cost of the ad by the number of successful orders. The purpose of this calculation is to determine how much it costs to get an order. If the main purpose of this form of marketing is simply to generate sales, then cost per order is the preferred way to measure this data.

 

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