Hello seasoned hubbers. I just want to know the CPM numbers or estimates about the revenue sharing of Hubpages, as I'm wondering if publishing my articles here is really worth the effort. Although I want to provide value and inform other people, I also want to earn from doing so. Thanks.
CPM stands for cents per thousand (page views).
It is a 'no no' because it is against Adsense's TOS, and doing so could lose an author their Adsense account.
Okay. Thanks for that info. Perhaps other writing sites are violating Adsense's TOS.
It is usually individuals as opposed to 'sites' that violate this Adsense rule. It is also against Adsense rules to reveal any specific figures etc that could allow individuals to calculate your CPM for themselves.
They may be. Understanding that it varies with topic, author, category, time of year, month and week, why don't you just assume that it will almost certainly be between $.01 and $20.00. You might even find hubbers near both ends of that range!
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