I've noticed that since 1 April, the CPM rate has almost doubled. Has everyone noticed the same thing?
Mine has not, I feel a meme coming on...
Not double but has been steadily rising over the past two weeks. Would be fine if views were increasing too.
Hello there, 99. If you reach 100, may I touch the hem of your robe?
I touched 80? As good an achievement, don't you think? I mean I've been stuck on 81 for weeks and I finally reached 80
I think once HP has decided our range, there's not much we can do to get out of it.
But 50% of my hubs were selected in the first round of Hub Pro. They love my pages :'( Why don't they love me?
Ha...the long standing issue of hubscore...lol...
I wonder and wonder even more if I should be preparing for it or if things will stay the same as always.
Ha, I had not noticed the score:) Funny how irrelevant they become, especially when you begin to realise that their whole purpose is to stop people from feeling complacent, bit like trying to keep us on our toes or knocking the stuffing out of us when we are feeling down.
CPMs vary a LOT just by topic, and now that HubPages is creating vertical niches, those sites can be expected to see CPM rates which differ from the main site as well.
I think mine have gone back to what they were before they decreased last month. Which is good.
Mine have been steadily rising, but have not gone so far as to double.
I once got a score of 100.....oh wait, that was when i was reciting my ABC's
Substantial CPM increase since Jan/Feb and I'd be happy if it stayed that way even though it's still below my peak.
by Sondra Rochelle 4 years ago
Guess it's due to the holiday season coming around, but although my views are still OK, my CPMs are half of what they were even a month ago. Anybody else seeing this, or is it just me?
by The Write Life 3 years ago
Looks like CPM has been rising as of late. Anyone else see a little spike?
by Holle Abee 7 years ago
Like many of you, I had several days of low CPM, which I found extremely frustrating. For the past two days, however, my CPM has doubled. I hope this continues!
by Keith Schroeder 8 years ago
...CPM changes with traffic patterns? It seems when my traffic rises my CPM declines so my income stays about the same. If traffic falls my CPM rises. Over the last month my CPM has ranged from under $5 to near $15. I am curious if other experience the same thing.
by Rahul Parashar 3 weeks ago
I noticed the declining trend mid-December and now it's the lowest ever. What is happening here? Is anyone else noticing the same trend?
by leakeem 7 years ago
What affects CPM?I noticed when I was new here (about four months ago) I get CPMs of around $12. Now, for the past 7 days, I didn't get a CPM above $5. I also noticed that when my page impressions are up, my CPM is down. Coincidence? So what does affect CPM?
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