In the ad program for hubpages, what causes the CPM dollar amount to fluctuate so much daily?
A small percentage of it can be click based, and that can vary widely from day to day as people click or don't.
In addition, the advertisers change constantly, and pay differing amounts for impressions. For example, the Drano ads we saw late last year paid very well in certain categories and I saw a large increase in CPM when they were used. When the contract with Drano ended the CPM promptly dropped.
Ah, thank you for the clarification on CPM. It makes much more sense to me now.
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