PPA = (Pay per Action) - PPF = (Pay per Free Registration) - PPI = (Pay per Install) - PPL = (Pay per lead) - PPM = (Pay for one thousand) - PPS = (Pay per Sale) - RS = (Revenue Share) - REF = (Referral % Commission Affiliate)
Pay-per-sale or PPS (sometimes referred to as cost-per-sale or CPS) is an online advertisement pricing system where the publisher or website owner is paid on the basis of the number of sales that are directly generated by an advertisement. It is a variant of the CPA (cost per action) model, where the advertiser pays the publisher and/or website owner in proportion to the number of actions committed by the readers or visitors to the website. In many cases, it is impractical to track all the sales generated by an advertisement. However, it is more easily tracked for full online transactions such as selling songs directly on the internet. Unique identifiers, which can be stored in cookies or included in the URL, are used to track the movement of the prospective buyer to ensure that all such sales are attributed to the advertisement in question. Stands for (Pay Per Sale) PPS is a type of online advertising where a web publisher is paid a commission for each sale generated by his website. It is a more specific version of the CPA model and is commonly used in affiliate marketing.
PPM or (Pay Per Impression), is a type of online advertising that means paying a fee each time your ad is displayed on a particular page. Many online advertising services like Google Adwords and Facebook offer PPM options for marketing your business effectively and inexpensively. The most well-known way of operating a campaign for PPM ads is a flat fee per thousand impressions. This is known as CPM, or cost per thousand impressions, with the M being the Latin numeral for 1,000. CPM has one key advantage over other forms of digital marketing when done strategically, it can be significantly less expensive than PPC marketing, and deliver similar results.