While this information might have been published before somewhere, can anyone tell me how HP comes up with article ratings and hubber scores? Also, if you know the answer to how HP figures out daily pay for hit it would be wonderful. There have several days when my hit have been great and what I got paid was very disappointing. I thought it was figured by page view alone or is it clicks on ads?
Scores are meaningless - they are just there to stop spammers. They don't bring traffic or money.
Daily CPM is, I think, calculated on clicks, views, couubtry of view and advertiser payment rates, among other variables, in the HP ad program.
Adsense is based on clicks and advertiser payment.
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