Mine is ca. 0,0022$, so to get 1000$ monthly i should have nearly 500,000 impressions . Is it even possible?
That's low. It tends to be between 0.3-0.7 cents, depending on your topics.
Where do you find this, or how do you figure it?
you can check this under https://hubpages.com/my/earnings/reports
then select "choose Report Type" to Ad Program and select the period you want to check. In the report you will have the number of impressions and money generated by this impressions.
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