1,000 page views in a month vs a day, would earnings be the same?
It's been a while since I've been active on HubPages and I want to be more active in 2016. I was wondering if the ad revenue pays more per impression the faster you get them, or if the earnings are the same per impression no matter if you get 1,000 in a day or month?
It seems to me that the earnings would be greater if one has 1,000 unique views daily rather monthly. For example, if you had a goal of 12,000 unique views and it took twelve months, you would be paid less over a much longer period of time compared to getting 1,000 views a day. If you were able to get 1,000 views daily, not only would you earn far more, you would earn meet payouts much more quickly.
by Paul Maplesden5 years ago
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by Mark G Weller6 years ago
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by Karen Curtis8 years ago
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