What does CPM mean in the Hubpages Ad program section of my account?
What does "$44.67 CPM" mean?
That means Cost Per Mille (Cost per Thousand views). There are two ways the earnings are structured: CPC or CPM. Cost Per Click (CPC) only earns per click, whereas CPM earnings are dependent on views. CPM can include CPC earnings, but CPC does not pay according to views at all. This means that for every 1000 views you get, you'll earn $44.67.
Cost per thousand impressions ,it means for every thousand impressions you will get $44.67 ,You really have amazing CPM
by Jason Menayan 6 months ago
Hello everyone! We're happy to announce that we're opening up the HubPages Ad Program to all Hubbers ahead of schedule!All interested Hubbers are now eligible to participate in the HubPages Ad Program, an additional earnings option for your Hubs. You can read more about the Program in the blog...
by Cardia 15 months ago
In the past I relied solely on Adsense to earn income from Hubpages, however this year I was able to finally open a PayPal account, so I signed up for the Hubpages Ad program. As expected, I saw a drop in my Adsense earnings, but now it's practically non-existent. I was earning a couple dollars...
by Dilip Chandra 7 years ago
CPM is cost per mille, the advert cost per thousand views. I wanna know how Hubpages Ad Program CPM is working?Sometimes i will be having very low traffic to my hubs and sometimes it is very high. The worst part is when ever i have very low traffic i get very high CPM of Hubpages Ad Program and...
by Dr Manura Nanayakkara 6 years ago
Recently google smart priced my adsense account :-(. Will this affect my hubpages ad program earnings. I know that this will affect the adsense earnings coming from hubpages. Thanks in advance
by Mrs. Menagerie 7 years ago
Did I do something wrong? Why do I get this message?"You are not currently elgible to enroll in the HubPages Ad Program."
by John Coviello 5 years ago
The rate for the HubPages Ad Program CPMs are down about 50% over the past month, from around $6.00 on an average day in July to around $3.00 now. Is this a seasonal fluctuation or is it due to HubPages' recent traffic drop and advertisers paying lower rates?This certainly is not good...
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