The earning section of My Account, what is CPM?
Hey, I was just wondering what the term CPM stands for when you are viewing your earnings reports on hubpages... it says that in the last 7days I have made x amount of $ CPM
Cost per Thousdand (the M stands for mille, which is Latin for 1000). It is the total cost per one thousand impressions and is used to show how effective your advertising is.
You can calculate it by dividing the total cost of advertising by the total number of impressions then multiplying that number by 1000. So, CPM = Cost/Impressions * 1000.
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