what is page CTR and page eCPM ? am wondering i only have like 50 impressionis not a whole lot am just curious?
CTR is the click through rate, which is the percentage of people that click on an ad after viewing a webpage.
eCPM is your earnings per one thousand page views.
You need clicks to have a CTR. eCPM can be used as a projection for earnings/1000 views.
by grumpyjacksa9 years ago
For those who have been here for a while , have you ever checked how many page views you need to get a click ?this figure is obviously related to the topic and quality of the hub , but it would be interesting to see if...
by Sharilee Swaity5 years ago
I am puzzled because even when my traffic gets a bit better (low for some, but still good for me right now), my CTR rate for Google is almost always nothing. I get something from Google about once a month, if that, with...
by rancidTaste8 years ago
How does Google AdSense pay for page impression? I amn't clear about that and so I ask it? Would you please help about that?Thanks
by Manuvegeta6 years ago
I had 311 hits so far in my hubs and so far I won $ 0.00 on google adsense. Is this normal or am I unlucky? I wonder what is the average click through rate on its hubs in relation to clicks on adsense.
by John Coviello3 years ago
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by Lisa13 days ago
Okay-- here's my question. Stopped Hubpages ad program for experimentation. Within 2 hours, Adsense was finally paying decent! Was able to actually receive payment in one month because I hit the threshold of Adsense of...
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