How one can increase his/her CPM? Please advise if you have a full detailed knowledge about this. Thanks in advance
The CPM is based on how much advertisers are willing to pay for their advertisements. Some topics are more lucrative than others, but it changes over time. Think about the companies that advertise online, and try to write about topics that they would like to put their ad on.
You don't really have control over CPM as it depends on what advertisers wanna pay for their ads... One thing you can try to do is research topics that are high in demand and write about those. Maybe that will give you higher CPM.
Thank you all! Your answers were really helpful and I now have a better idea and knowledge about this, I'll see how I can write things that might probably interest advertisers, that's going to be tough though hah, thank you all I appreciate your answers
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