The reason I am asking this question is that the statistics always shows me different figures for these two categories and CPM is always higher(on Ad Program Earnings). Some heads up please.
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CPM means Cost Per Thousand (mille)
So if you get a thousand views, you will make whatever your CPM is.
I am guessing you are not getting a thousand views, so you are making a percentage of that, based on your actual number of views.
So if your CPM is $10 and you get 100 views, you will make 10% of your CPM, or $1.
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Thanks Internpete for briefing and giving attention. I have missed the last part of your explanation.Now it is clear, and I will work to make that happen:)
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