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How to calculate and set daily Limit Click Cost in my country.

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Hi! i'm really new to this.

i created account to advertise a small business in my country. (Guyana, South America)

i'm being asked for a daily limit of money. 

how do i estimate the average cpc for my region (Guyana). 

any round about figure will do.

i figure i can't put limit at $1.00 a day when 1cpc cost $2.00 

Knowing this will aid me in setting a daily limit i'm comfortable with.

thanks in advance

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Hi Raj,

It is extremely difficult to guess CPC's without any kind of information. Such as what vertical are you advertising? I would suggest using the Keyword planner to get an idea of CPC's on your keywords. While this is not 100% accurate it will give you an idea of how much traffic you can expect given certain CPC's and the like. You can also use it to get new keyword ideas.

Learn more here:
https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/2999770

Hope this helps

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Hi Clynton,
Thanks for your suggetion,
i'm checking on that right now.
my keywords would be things like , electrical, installation , pc, repairs, fitting, machining, welding.
for region Guyana

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Hi Raj,

Those are some pretty broad categories. I would suggest grouping them and fleshing them out a bit more. For example, what all regarding PC do you offer, same with electrical.

Try avoid one word Keywords as they will match ALOT of queries, and you will need to have an extensive negative Keyword list to ensure you do not waste money.

Once you have your groupings load them up in the planner each as an adgroup and then play around there to get an idea of costing and traffic.

Good Luck