When you are in your account, click on the earnings tab. Then click on the earnings report.
Once this is open there is a drop down menu further down the page. Choose Ad program from the list of options and click submit. Now your CPM and other HP Adprogram stats will appear.
Go to this link - https://hubpages.com/my/earnings/reports
Select ad program from the option and choose the period, then click submit. You will find the daily CPM rate. At the end you will find the average CPM rate.
If your CPM rate is 3 , that means you are earning 3 dollars for 1000 valid page impressions.
Click on the earnings tab, then go to your settings tab walla you are there, then you simply choose which report you want to review.
Hope you are making lots of money.
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