Another dumb question. I assume CPM stands for Cost pr Thousand views.
If so, what drives that value? I notice that my CPM value @ HP Ad program is all over the place and varies day to day from CPM.
That confuses me.
Obviously a higher value equals better earnings. Is that metric out of our control??
Is everybodys different? Is it relative to our content and niche?
It depend on what the advertisers shown on your pages are paying.
If you are getting rates that high, well go on you. I haven't seen for years.
It depends on source of traffic, quality of traffic, country and other variables which feed into how much advertisers will pay.
by Jasmeet Kaur2 years ago
The CPM on my hubpages account is decreased to almost half! I am wondering about it? I want to know if anyone here knows about it. Please help me regarding it. I am totally clueless what to do...
by Melanie Shebel3 years ago
This has been a problem for years now, really since the induction of the HubPages ad program and it's pretty much what has made me give on on HubPages (I used to write a lot, now seldom.)I have a hub that occasionally...
by David 4705 years ago
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by johndwilliams5 years ago
It seems to drop over different months? Whats the reason for this please?
by Darrin Perez4 years ago
It's exactly as the subject title states. Yesterday, I got roughly 100 more credited impressions but made roughly the same amount of money thanks to the CPM being lower.Is anyone else in the same boat as me?
by The Write Life6 weeks ago
Pretty frustrating when I get a significant traffic spike only to see CPM values plummet. My Google Analytics stay steady for the most part as far as page time, bounce rate and things of that nature. Why does this...
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