The CPM that is listed in HP reports, Is that based on Volume? Ad content? or ????
What determines the amount of our CPM? It seems to change a great deal and on days when I have little hubpage traffic, or traffic in general it drops.
The actual calculation isn't shared by Hubpages. However these things may play a role:
-Quality of traffic (unique views vs returns/refreshes.)
-Location of traffic (US traffic generally pays more than say, Indian traffic.)
-Number of clicks (how many visitors are clicking through to the advertising sites and/or buying)
by mariexotoni17 months ago
I started a new HP page: http://hubpages.com/@dangerouslydelish to focus on recipes- hoping to create a stronger brand compared to this account.I was looking at my stats and my CPM is 4-5x more on this account, compared...
by Poppy2 months ago
Anyone else getting 10% of the earnings they were getting in December despite record-high views? It’s starting to get depressing.
by Andria6 years ago
I ask because I am currently experiencing yet another traffic surge. I've gone from 200+ views per day to in excess of 1600. Yet the income remains pretty darn poor.I've brought this up more than once and I have to say...
by Andrew Stewart5 years ago
Would you rather have 1) High hub traffic 2) Great Google Rank 3) High CPM or 4) Top grade content?
by Jasmeet Kaur2 years ago
The CPM on my hubpages account is decreased to almost half! I am wondering about it? I want to know if anyone here knows about it. Please help me regarding it. I am totally clueless what to do...
by rochelj6 years ago
Why is the CPM different every day for the hubpages ad program? what's it based on?what factors determine how much we will earn per impression?
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