How much does Adsense pay per impression? Does a page visit to your hub count as an imoression, or does the reader actually need to click the ads? Thanx
Impressions are just views and you earn about $5.00 per thousand views (CPM).
Clicks are when some actually clicks on an advert which you earn more for, usually about $0.25 but I have seen one person on here who got $45 for one click!
Look at it like this, If you have 100 hubs and they get just 10 views a day each thats 1000 impressions per day which works out at about $150 a month.
I'm pretty sure you're wrong. The figure of $2 to $6 per thousand views is often quoted on HubPages, but it's expressed as a range, not an exact figure, because it takes into account impressions AND clicks - and most of it is from clicks.
The amount you earn from impressions is negligible, that's why most people do so much better by switching on HP Ads.
I think I'm right
Look at my earnings from one day.
CPM @ $7.12 / 1000 = 0.0072 x 25 views = 0.178 (rounded up) $0.18
Sorry the picture is a bit small but for this month (average)
This Month (Jun)
Approx. 25% of $5.86 is $1.46, am I wrong?
I mean 25% of $5.68
Sorry I didn't get much sleep last night!
A question. I get 1000+ impressions daily but still this much money isnt generated by mere impressions. why ?
It also depends on the country from where the impressions are?
Yes I think it does depend on the country where the pages are viewed from, I assume that where people have more money advertisers are going to pay more.
1000 views per day is impressive, but you earn nothing?
The pay per impression varies for different parts of the world. Event its different in different parts of the same country.
For example if a person clicks from US we can get about $0.25 per click and even more but from third world countries its usually $0.05 per click.
And views also help you in earning the revenue. Last day I got about 400 views on my blog with no click but i earned $0.17 ..
Hope it helps
Thank You. It looks like I'll need a few thousand more hubs to get rich!
You won't need a "few" more hubs....you'll need thousands of hubs to get "rich."
Not thousands .. But if you have some hubs with good quality then you'll get the audience. Try to promote your hubs on social media..
Most of my views are from social media..
You need some good quality hub which generates traffic to your hub . You can easily get your hub famous through social media.
::runs away laughing hysterically::
Hey ossmedia, it becomes difficult to make your hubs famous and more so if you are inclining towards making money through them, The mechanisms are bit complicated, but I need to ask one thing, do click on adverts count more than page views and impressions?
Regarding making your Hub famous using social media .... my experience is that you get the visitors to your hub after promoting it on your social media, but that is just for the moment. The days and weeks after the traffic is already gone .... and keeping to post your link regularly to the same group of people wont either, or am i missing something here?
That's been my impression too, Ronwan. But I think the use of hashtags might keep people finding your hubs through search (of hashtags); I'm experimenting with this at the moment, something I hadn't seriously considered until recently. Twitter, possibly Tumblr, are social media where the hashtags can be used; Facebook is going to start using them too.
There is a calculation however it is very minimal compared to clicks. If you have thousands of hits it might be worthwhile however most people are aiming for clicks.
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