What does CPM mean?
Hi there! I'm a bit new to Hubpages and I was wondering what CPM means? I understand that it's cost per thousand impressions (I can use google haha) but why does it fluctuate? Is there anyway to keep it high? Thanks for your help!
Cpm stands for cost per million. But it means cost per thousand. If you had a Cpm of 2.55$ then for every 1000 impressions you would earn $2.55. Hope I helped
Edit: I viewed this question on my Iphone and didn't get a chance to see the details.
Your CPM may change over time depending on what advertisers are wanting to pay for their ads. You generally get a higher CPM on high competitive ads. Good luck!
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by Natalie Frank 12 days ago
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by Moira Durano-Abesmo 7 years ago
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by Jasmeet Kaur 3 years ago
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by Brie Hoffman 4 years ago
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by Eugene Brennan 5 weeks ago
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