Is the daily CPM individual and different for each hubber, or does the CPM figure come from how HubPages did overall for the entire HubPages site?
Also, are you paid more HP Ad earnings for an impression if someone comes to your site using high paying keywords vs. low paying keywords?
Thanks in advance.
To answer your two questions,
1) it's individual
2) Potentially. The Hub ads system works to serve the highest bid ads to the Hub at the moment the visitor arrives, so
what you earn derives from the ads and that could vary somewhat from the keyword the visitor used.
These are great questions - I'm also curious (don't know the answers).
Could you please tell me what CPM stands for and how it works?
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