Just wondering if there's some kind of algorithm that calculates how many cents a person makes for every person that views the article...thanks!
This amount can vary pretty widely depending on a number of factors such as the subjects the author is writing about, the site the articles are located on, the perceived quality of the article, how much advertisers are willing to pay during that particular time of year, etc.
CPM ("cost per mille," which refers to the amount advertisers will pay per 1,000 views) tends to fluctuate around the $1-$8 range.
What do you mean by perceived quality of the article? Do advertisers bid on individual articles too? Or does this have something to do with the hubs score? If it does, it's a reason to get them all above 90. So it's helpful information if you could clarify this
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