Cos Per One Thousand Impressions. It is used for vistors to view your ads, So you are paid accordingly.
by David Stillwell 7 years ago
What is the difference between a view and an impressioin?If I have 100 views why do I only have 30 impression? what is the difference?
by Eugene Brennan 14 months ago
Probably depends on the individual account and articles, but I've noticed my impression to view ratio seems to be very high in the last week at least, typically 75 to 80%.Has anyone else noticed this on their account?
by kennynext 8 years ago
Do you have a different view of yourself than others do?Do people have a different opinion of you than you do?
by fundguru 8 years ago
Dear Hub Team and Community,I guess we all rely on advertisement revenues of the Hubs. Actually we use only ad programms that offer CPC, CPA as well Lead or Sales Comission. This is from economic view not very efficient, every Hub writer as well Hubpage takes the full risk of low clickrates as well...
by DIYweddingplanner 8 years ago
I've read about page views and page impressions and how there are usually more views than impressions (I think I'm saying this right!), but why would there be more impressions than views?
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