CMP is certified meeting professionals.
However you may have meant
In that case CPM or cost per impression advertisements are another way of making money with your website or blog. Most websites online today depended on Google AdSense but having another source of revenue can help you earn more.
I hope that answers your question.
Not sure what CMP means but CPM could also mean Cost Per Mil. It is a set amount that is paid out per 1000 views.
Oh got it... How do you get paid for it?
If you are referring to HP earnings then payment is automatically delivered once you reach a balance of $50. Until then you can view your balance in the "my accounts" section.
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