Which one is my real money at the end of the day, $CPM or $Earnings?
The reason I am asking this question is that the statistics always shows me different figures for these two categories and CPM is always higher(on Ad Program Earnings). Some heads up please.
CPM means Cost Per Thousand (mille)
So if you get a thousand views, you will make whatever your CPM is.
I am guessing you are not getting a thousand views, so you are making a percentage of that, based on your actual number of views.
So if your CPM is $10 and you get 100 views, you will make 10% of your CPM, or $1.
Thanks Internpete for briefing and giving attention. I have missed the last part of your explanation.Now it is clear, and I will work to make that happen:)
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