My CPM [redacted due to TOS violation] Even after having 500+ impressions very day I could not earn much from Google adsense due to the fall of my CPM.
A low CPM generally means your content has low appeal to advertisers. You might want to stay in your area of expertise but try to add some more topics of wide appeal like stuff that helps pass a certain exam, or helps people do stuff around the house. For example, could you explain how certain popular electric gadgets actually work and better ways to use or look after them? What about fun 'experiments' you can do with young kids to teach them these concepts?
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 Jasmeet Kaur21 months 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 Andrew Spacey12 days ago
I'm a dimwit when it comes to knowledge of CPM but thought I'd do a little more research into this murky subject just to satisfy my curiousity. Seems the month of January is always an "after the Lord Mayor's Show...
by Catherine Giordano2 years ago
CPM, as I understand it. is the amount an advertiser pays per 1000 impressions from your hub. I have noticed that the number of impressions that show in the earnings tabs is lower than the number of views. I am guessing...
by Andrew Orrell5 years ago
Has anyone else found that their CPM on Hub Ads is falling. My views have been slowly rising and my CPM has been slowly falling. So although I'm getting more quality views I'm actually earning less...
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?
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