Can anyone tell me how the 'earnings' are worked out on here?
I can't seem to see any correlation between the views and the pennies earned each day, but I feel there must be something. Does it depend on where the views originate from? Thanks - ( and please explain as if I was five years old as I don't know too much terminology! )
As far as I am aware, there is no difference to your earnings based on where they originate from. Your earnings are calculated using the following formula.
(CPM * Your views for the day /1,000) *.6
CPM is the amount you get paid per 1,000 views. So if your CPM is $2 and you get 500 views you would get $1
The .6 is because for the money you earn from views, HubPages takes a cut of 40%.
Hope this helps
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