pay per lead. online advertising payment model in which payment is based solely based on qualifying leads.
Pay Per Lead. See Cost per Lead.
pay per lead. Publishers using a PPL program get paid when a customer fills out a lead form. This type of advertising arrangement is often used for things like insurance quotes or newsletter sign-ups.
A system where the receiving site pays a certain amount to the referring site for every new lead .
Pay Per Lead. This type of affiliate program pays on a per lead basis.
Pay Per Lead. An ad pricing structure by which the advertiser pays the publisher according to how many leads are generated by an ad, often determined by information submitted directly into the banner ad.
You get paid a one-time fee for generating a lead for the merchant. This can be as simple as a zip-code or as complex as an online form.
Per Processor License. A per processor license authorizes use of a product based on the number of active CPUs on the system. Each active CPU requires one PPL unit. A PPL license is required to run an operating environment and many other products on OpenVMS I64 systems. LMF monitors active CPUs on a system for compliance.
PPL stands for pay per lead. Merchants sometimes pay an affiliate per lead, for example paying each time a visitor referred by an affiliate arrives at the merchant's site and fills out a form or subscribes to a newsletter. CPA or cost-per-action programs are much more common. You can find PPL pr ...
Pay Per Load.
Pay-Per-Lead - Where a commission is paid for each sales lead generated by an affiliate. A "lead" is usually defined as somebody who signs up for a free trial, or requests further information, etc.