For some reason this month my CPMs have been extremely high. Is anybody else experiencing this? I would love to be happy about it, but am afraid they will crash at some future date. I have not changed my writing, just have made updates, etc. Just curious
Is your definition of 'high' above or below $5 per CPM?
yes, my CPM rate had been doubled! It was amazing
MIne went really high. Now over the last two days my views have plummeted more than it has in ages!
Nell: Yesterday and today my views have been cut by at least half, but the CPMs remain high.
Thats really strange TimeTraveler, I wonder whats going on?
Nell Every so often, as I understand it, Google experiments with different aspects of online writing. So, in my case, views probably went up because they briefly indexed them higher. Now they are back to where they were, but the CPMs, which have nothing to do with Google, still are very, very good. However, as views drop, I suspect advertisers will choose other hubs that have higher views. It really sucks because I felt that finally all of my hard work for the past two years was paying off.
Go to your earnings page (https://hubpages.com/my/earnings/reports). On the dropdown menu that says "All Programs", select "Ad Program" and press submit.
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