Has anyone else experienced a similar phenomenon? Page views and CPM weren't very much different, but impressions quadrupled with a corresponding increase in earnings.
Hopefully it's not a glitch!
Mozcast reported the Internet of Things temperature at 100 degrees on Thursday. I saw a very tiny reduction in traffic on that day. I can't tell what that means yet because my traffic spikes Monday and falls through the week. I will know more tomorrow.
I watch the Mozcast, and It does seem to accurately indicate change within the algorithm. I hope it is a fluke, but me thinks that Fred is not over yet.
I had a nice little spike in CPM..perhaps the effects of the new desktop ad layout? Hope so!
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