...the lower my CPM. So I make no more money. I love that about the HP Ad Program. Nice to lock in low returns with no hope for more.
My CPM is highest on Wednesday and Thursday. So, though I tend to get a fair amount of views over the weekend, advertisers don't acknowledge that. I assume they go on overall trends, and that trend is that people aren't as active online during Summer months on the weekends.
Damn it..... I had nominated you in the Hubby Awards as the most likely to become a millionaire with HP
I was a millionaire before I came to HP. Made the money running my own business. HP makes money, but not enough to get me excited anymore. Less than a year in I was kicking over $1,000 per month. My numbers are nowhere near that now. Of course, I haven't published many new hubs lately. My other online writing has performed very well, beyond anything earned here.
As for the Hubby Award, only my wife can call me hubby!
awww, you already have a wife? I was just going to ask you to marry me. (sigh) All the rich guys... I mean, all the nice guys are already taken.
I read a hub the other day showing a graph of the hubber's earnings with CPM averaging over $10. Good for him. The last two days my CPM is down to less than $3. Low weekend traffic, combined with $2+ CPM, is very sad indeed. I should stop checking my HP earnings in the weekends.
You were earning over $1,000 per month a few months ago? Cool!
I wasn't a millionaire when I met my wife. Her love and kindness built an environment conducive to wealth building.
I am planning a hub outlining how to make serious money online in an unusual way. I make more than the average worker on this one idea alone. It takes about 15 minutes a day.
Could ya send me an advance copy so that I could get a jump on this?
by Jasmeet Kaur 3 years ago
The CPM on my hubpages account is decreased to almost half! I am wondering about it? I want to know if anyone here knows about it. Please help me regarding it. I am totally clueless what to do...
by Poppy 9 months ago
Anyone else getting 10% of the earnings they were getting in December despite record-high views? It’s starting to get depressing.
by David 470 6 years ago
Is anyone else experiencing much higher earnings, regardless of a traffic boost? I don't know if higher paying advertisers are coming to HubPages or what, but my CPM is through the roof!As someone said in a previous thread, ad programs have been delaying a lot. Perhaps this is because HP is working...
by The Write Life 16 months ago
Pretty frustrating when I get a significant traffic spike only to see CPM values plummet. My Google Analytics stay steady for the most part as far as page time, bounce rate and things of that nature. Why does this always happen?
by Kain 360 16 months ago
Although I don't have a ton of data to go on, as my traffic is not nearly as high as it was in 2011; my CPM is about 50% higher than it was in 2011-2013. And years ago, summer time usually gave me low CPM compared to the last quarter of the year. Has HubPages done something where advertisers are...
by jamiew12310 6 years ago
do google views have a higher CPM, because people say google views are better, is that why?
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